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    • Exploring nature at the Biodôme | Tourisme Montréal
      • The Biodôme — whose name means “house of life”— is home to 2,500 animals from some 200 different species and more than 800 plant species. Among its most popular animals are the penguins and the golden lion tamarin monkeys, and new residents include a flock of parrots, a school of false piranhas and a pair of broad-snouted caimans.
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  2. At the Montréal Biodôme, live an immersive experience in 5 ecosystems of the Americas where nearly 220 species of animals and 800 plant species evolve. Biodôme | Space for life. Skip to main content.

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  3. The Biodôme — whose name means “house of life”— is home to 2,500 animals from some 200 different species and more than 800 plant species. Among its most popular animals are the penguins and the golden lion tamarin monkeys, and new residents include a flock of parrots, a school of false piranhas and a pair of broad-snouted caimans. Animal welfare remains top priority at the Biodôme, from habitat size to stimulating activities that prompt animals to express their natural behaviours.

  4. Dec 08, 2008 · Monday, 08 December 2008 / Published in Montreal Amazing Animals at Montreal’s Biodome Montreal’s Biodome is a fascinating museum near our Montreal hostel that showcases ecosystems in the America’s including tropical forest, Laurentian Forest, St. Lawrence Marine ecosystem, and the Arctic.

  5. A new tunnel and ice wall brings you to the penguins, one of the Biodôme’s most popular animals. Tickets available online and a fixed time for your visit will need to be selected. Capacity is reduced due to COVID-19.

  6. Mar 03, 2021 · Otters are usually playful, but when the female otter at Montreal’s Biodome arrived last August and saw crowds of people gathering outside her enclosure, she hid in her sleeping quarters.

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