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An Eco-park With Animals Opened In Kaluga
18.07.2017 21:58
An Eco-park With Animals Opened In Kaluga
(Source: http://profotoonline.ru)

An eco-park with animals kept in semi-free conditions has opened on Pravoberezhye (the right bank of the river) in Kaluga. The animals are kept under the supervision of a veterinarian and a team of experts.

      The area of the new park makes up about 5 hectares; animals have not yet inhabited the entire area. It is conceived that the number of animals will grow. For example, it is planned to bring capybaras in the nearest future. All the animals were bought on farms, nurseries and zoos. The exposition is intended primarily for children.


Sources: http://strana.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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