Would you like to adopt one of the animals that live in Loro Parque?
Our greatest concern is and always has been, that all the animals in our care are treated with love and respect, live happily and have an optimal state of well-being.
If you have special affection for any of our animals, we invite you to sponsor one of them or make a donation to Loro Parque Foundation.
All money raised from donations and sponsorships will go towards animal welfare, the conservation of species threatened with extinction and to help animals that need a home.
Did you know…? That as a consequence of climate change, the richness of the Antarctic habitat is seriously threatened by alterations in marine circulation, putting the future of penguins at risk. Discover
Did you know…? That Lear's macaw is a threatened species and that, from Loro Parque, in collaboration with the Loro Parque Foundation, we have managed to reintroduce 8 specimens back into their natural environment. Discover
Did you know…? That Loro Parque is the only conservation centre where all the species of cockatoos in the world can be observed, many of which are on the brink of extinction. Discover
Did you know…? That this species was subjected to long persecutions which caused a notable loss of specimens. Discover
Did you know…? That this species is in danger of extinction according to data from the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Discover
Did you know…? That although there were nine subspecies of tigers, three of them became extinct in the 20th century and, of the remaining six, two are critically endangered and another four are threatened. Discover
Did you know…? That there are less than 20,000 specimens of African lions left in the wild. Discover
Did you know…? That Jaguars are classified as "near threatened" within the red list of the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Discover
Did you know…? That the worsening conservation status of gorillas has made breeding efforts under humane care more important than ever. Discover
Did you know that...? Despite being the most common and numerous species of primate, it has suffered a major decline in recent decades due to the loss and alteration of its habitat by the expansion of human activities. Discover
Did you know that...? The Loro Parque Fundación finances numerous studies to obtain information about the species. This information can later be transferred to the wild orcas that may need it, such as those that live in the Strait of Gibraltar. Discover
Did you know…? That for years, at Loro Parque and Loro Parque Foundation, we have been working to promote an area in Macaronesia that protects not only the resident groups of cetaceans that live in our waters, but also those who use it along the way or even as an area for breeding. Discover
Sea lions are common in nature from the shores of Baja California to the cold waters of Alaska. In Loro Parque we have had great success with the offspring and have already raised more than 20 young animals. Unlike most animal species, their populations are growing, but this has not always been the case. At the end of the 19th century an intensive sea lion hunt began; for their fat and fur.
Gray reef shark
Did you know…? This is a species that is classified as "endangered".
This shark is taken by multispecies fisheries in many parts of its range and used for various products such as shark fin soup and fishmeal. Another threat is the continuing degradation of coral reefs from human development. Discover
Did you know…? The shark rays, also known as bowmouth guitarfish, are seriously threatened by overfishing and other human activities, which kill 100 million specimens annually. The shark ray is "critically endangered". Discover
Did you know…? At Loro Parque we have more than 40,000 animals under our care. Descubrir
Loro Parque - Friends
Thank you very much for sponsoring one of our animals!
YOUR SUPPORT IS VITAL TO OUR FUTURE
As we face the ongoing challenges of COVID-19, our team of specialists continue to care for our 40,000 plus animals that depend on us daily.
Your constant support is essential, both for the animal life under our care, and for the many endangered species in the wild.