Are you thinking about visiting Lanzarote and our park? We have great news for you: If you book our sea lion interaction for this month on our website you will receive a 10% discount on your purchase. Use this code LEONESPROMO *only for bookings made in advance. Offer valid from 03/01/19 to 03/31/19
Are you thinking about visiting Lanzarote and our park? We have great news for you: If you book our sea lion interaction for this month on our website you will receive a 10% discount on your purchase. Use this code LEONESPROMO *only for bookings made in advance.
The only word that can define our Halloween 2018 party is: WOW! Music, dance, shows, food and tons of fun…A wicked time was had by adults and children alike at our Spooktacular night! We would like to give a special thanks to everyone who wore a spooky costume, like the Mexican skulls, vampires, werewolves, terrifying clowns, witches…it’s impossible to mention them all, everyone looked so scary! It’s obvious that without all of you this wouldn’t be possible, so we would […]
Throughout the year we help different non-profit organisations so they can meet their objectives. The one you may know the most is the organisation that we always collaborate with during this time of the year. We are sure you already know who we are talking about, 😀❤so once again we ask for your collaboration with Calor y Café, so they can continue to help people in need. To help all you have to do is come by our park on the […]
Humboldt penguins (Spheniscus humboldti) are one of the seventeen existing penguin species. It is a type of marine bird as it has wings although it cannot fly. They are swimming experts and they spend more time in the water than on the ground. Their small legs make us believe that they are slow and clumsy whilst walking but when they are swimming and trying to escape from their predators they can reach speeds of up to 20 km per hour. […]
This day is not only created for reptile lovers to celebrate, it’s also a chance to educate others who may not know much about these amazing creatures, the habitat loss and threat of extinction that so many reptile species face. How to help our reptile friends: Donate to your local reptile conservation program. Adopt responsibly, not all reptiles stay small forever! Visit your local zoo and check out their reptile exhibit.
In Rancho Texas’s reptilarium a pair of Cyclura cornuta, also known as horned ground iguana or rhinoceros has reproduced in a completely natural way outside of its place of origin, Hispaniola, a Caribbean Island shared by the Dominican Republic and Haiti. This is an undocumented event in Europe. Until now, out of three attempts, twelve offspring have hatched, all without them being artificially incubated. What’s important about this fact is that this species is at high risk of extinction, to […]
Last Saturday the 26th of November four specimens of bottlenose dolphins arrived to Lanzarote, from Duisburg and Nuremberg (Germany), which were successfully transported in a specially equipped transport airplane in the company of a team of veterinarians, biologists and caregivers. Their acclimatization to the new facilities built for them is satisfactory in every way. Their health is optimum, they feed normally and thoroughly enjoy the seven million litres of seawater that fill the spacious and deep pools of their new home. […]
Here in RanchoTexas we have our own baby miracle. One of our armadillos had complications in birth and one of the hind paws and tail were damaged. Its survival rates were scarily low but our team fought for him, believed in him and were determined that he was strong enough to survive his accident… After repairing his foot that was attached by barely a thread of skin, lots of delicate care and cleaning, love and cuddles… He didn’t disappoint us […]
We all hear the name and gasp with awe but what do we really know about these giant lizards? As we think they are fascinating we thought we’d tell you a few interesting things about these incredible creatures. The Komodo dragons are the largest living lizards on the planet. They can be found in the wild on only five islands in Indonesia: the Lesser Sunda Islands of Komodo, Rinca, Gili Motang and Gili Dasami — all within Komodo National Park — […]