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Zootourism


, : Zootourism. Turizam 41(1-2): 23-25

Among the many types of tourism development in the world today, the most recent and least well known is so-called 'zootourism', a form of ecotourism. Zootourism first developed as game tourism. In recent years, increasing degradation of nature and the growth of ecological awareness have also given rise to the development of animal watching as a special part of tourism supply based on native, often exotic, fauna in such regions as Africa, Asia, South America and Australia.

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