Zoos and Exotariums
From 2009 the “Aqua Logo engineering” company is associated member of Euro-Asiatic
Regional Association of Zoos and Aquariums (EARAZA). We build turnkey whole exposition complexes, including
aquaterrariums, terrariums, aviaries, penguinariums and large aquariums for zoos, exotariums and oceanariums.
In the Moscow Zoo we conducted reconstruction works
for the wolverine aviary. Now it will be more comfortable for animals to live there, easily to zoo workers to look
after them, and more convenient to visitors to look at wolverines. The new aviary doesn’t have roof, so animals can
be seen very well. At the perimeter an electric hedge was mounted. The sight glasses were replaced by a solid
triplex. Also many plants and a lawn were planted, some scenery, lamps and waterproofing was made.
In the Park “Roev Ruchey” (Krasnoyarsk) with the area of 250 m2 our specialists created the imitation of natural
places of habitat of penguins. The rocky iced shore with grots and caves is built from polymer concrete. The
penguinarium of “Roev Ruchey” is the only one in the Russia, where two species of penguins live at once – banded and
Gentoo penguins. Our experience in building of expositions with penguins for zoos and oceanariums in five Russian
cities is shown in the presentation.
The “Aqua Logo engineering” company took part in the large-scale reconstruction of the Voronezh State Natural
Biospheric Reservation. In the area of beaver’s farm the exposition “House of the beaver” was opened in the October
of 2014. This aviary has unique construction with overwater and underwater glazing. The specially created scenery in
the smallest details recreates the biotope of the forest river of the central part of Russia.
Inside the Stele for Pioneers of Siberia (Khanty-Mansiysk city) our company has created a unique Exotarium. The
peculiarity of the exposition consists in its concept: it is deployed along the vertical of the pyramid with a height
of 25 meters. The main theme of the decorative design is "The World Tree", what was inspired by the authors
viewing the movie "Avatar." The exposition includes spacious aviaries for monkeys and meerkats, smaller
aviaries for pythons, lizards, tamarins and porcupines, and a gallery of author's terrariums.