A kaleidoscope of incredible beauty

The column "A kaleidoscope of incredible beauty" reports that the first roses have bloomed in the zoo! Flower beds with bushes of flowering queen of flowers can be seen behind the turtle enclosures (here you can find a flowering tulip tree), opposite the chimpanzee enclosures, behind the coatis enclosures (here you can admire the lush "wigs" of the flowering smoketree), on the central alley, near the enclosure for wolves, etc. Gentle scents of roses merge with the aroma of mock-orange (which is also mistakenly called jasmine) and Italian woodbine.