Consciência Ambiental


70% of our animals are sheltered through national entities and animal protection associations. Many were rescued and had no place to go.

Education, Science and Conservation

Contact with animals is so strong and striking that it enhances a faster learning ability and a more immediate environmental awareness. Zoos are amazing educational tools!

Millions of people visit zoos all over the world, a few thousands visit Krazy World Zoo. We propose to involve people in the natural world and its wildlife, educating and creating awareness of its fragility and for current and relevant environmental problems.

Every year Krazy World Zoo improves animal welfare conditions, promoting several ways of environment enrichment and rehabilitating habitats. Education has also been strongly valued through workshops in nature conservation.

From the rehabilitation of natural ecosystems inside the park, to the eradication of invasive plant species, using them as a resource, Krazy World Zoo promotes environmental education and biodiversity preservation.

The zoo is currently in the process of being admitted to the Iberia of Zoos and Aquariums (AIZA), continuing its work as a zoological entity. Cooperating with environmental entities and complementing their work, the zoo receives confiscated specimens, abandoned and irrecoverable, including them in their zoological collection, educating and alerting visitors to good environmental practices and for an appropriate choice of their pet.

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KWAZ also supports national projects like Life Trachemys, “Charcos com Vida” (Ponds with life) and “Espécies Invasoras em Portugal” (Invasive Portuguese Species), cooperating with official entities like ICNF, Porto university (CIBIO), Coimbra university (CEF), the Politechnic Institute of Coimbra (ESAC) and rehabilitation centers like RIAS in Olhão. When biodiversity loss is a growing reality, KWAZ’s work has proved to be an asset in terms of conservation and investigation, safeguarding species like the European pond turtle Emys orbicularis or the Natterjack toad Epidalea calamita.

We will continue our work in this crazy world, making a difference every day in every person who visits us!

1st Carbon neutral Zoo in Portugal
Conservation and Research

KW is a space for research, biodiversity conservation and environmental education. As a recent member of AIZA (Iberian Association of Zoos and Aquariums), KW intends to soon incorporate the EEP (European Endangered Species Program) and the ESB (European StudBook) when applying for an effective member of the EAZA (European Zoos andAquariums).











KW has cooperation protocols with the Institute's ESACPolytechnic of Coimbra and with the University of Algarve. The research projects may include undergraduate internships, master's or doctoral degrees. There are also internships organized by the academic federation of medical FAMVet, giving direct support to animal areas in daily tasks of animal welfare, nutrition, environmental enrichment, habitat maintenance, management and veterinary care.








KW also contributes to the conservation of nature through training in the area of ​​invasive plant species (February 2014 and 2016), in the area of ponds’ recovery (March 2014), in interpreting the natural and cultural heritage (May 2014) and capturing and management of wild/ exotic species (November 2017).