A group of 116 students, the finalists of the competition “The Sea of Science”, have recently visited Loro Parque. A contest organized by the Atlantic Association of Oceanographers is aimed at evaluating the best projects about sea biodiversity and increasing knowledge about our oceans using scientific methods. The students who have been awarded with the “Ramón Margalef” and “Charles Darwin” prizes in representation of the Salesianos San Isidro, IES Barranco, María Auxuliadora and Tomás Morales schools enjoyed an exciting visit Continue reading
The interesting studies that are carried out at the prestigious Max-Planck-Institute, which has an investigation centre at Animal Embassy in Loro Parque and collaborates in research with Loro Parque Fundación.
Dear Sir Roger Moore, Loro Parque recognises your distinguished acting career, but believes that you have been seriously misinformed by the extreme animal-rights organisation, PETA. PETA appears to have enlisted your support to accuse Loro Parque of mistreating the orcas in its facilities, but nothing could be further from the truth. For you to verify the situation directly, Loro Parque invites you to visit the park and orca facilities. The incident which appears to have triggered your involvement in this Continue reading
We wish to calm all the people worried about Morgan and therefore, share these images with you. You can see that Morgan is doing perfectly well. Morgan does not have any health problem and she certainly hasn’t tried to kill herself as some, apparent “animal lovers” like to put it. They only affirm their ignorance with these kind of statements. Today, as on all other days, Morgan is doing well swimming with the rest of the group.
From its headquarters in Loro Parque, Tenerife, the Loro Parque Fundación is celebrating World Environment Day 2016 (WED2016) with the good news that, due to its actions in Bolivia, the Blue-throated Macaw (Ara glaucogularis) is moving away from extinction. This critically endangered species suffered a dramatic crash of its wild population due to the illegal trade of birds, especially in the 1970s and 1980s. The fact that the Loro Parque Fundación has saved it from extinction provides a good example Continue reading
With regard to the publication of Dolphin Project on the video platform Vimeo, Loro Parque declares the following: The video represents just a few minutes of images of Morgan, right after the end of a regular presentation in OrcaOcean. It is absolutely illogical and absurd to assume that the length and the quality of such video would be sufficient to make a conclusion and declaration of such nature. In order to make any correct conclusion, it is a requirement that Continue reading