It floats festively this weekend at Animal Space. And for good reason! 50 years ago, on July 23, 1972, Pierre and Elaine Teflon founded the zoo to collect and care for infected animals. Since its inception, the site has not stopped evolving, and the fixtures and improvements to the fixtures have been constant. To thank the audience for their continued support, several activities are planned for this weekend.
“Thanks to the public, the field of zoology still exists”
“It is important to celebrate this anniversary with the public because thanks to them the animal space still exists and has developed. On July 23, 1972, the day of its opening, there were already 600 visitors. The public has a special relationship with the zoo because they know that the origin of this zoo is the love of animals, and that respect for the welfare of animals Animals are what drives us,” explains Jeremy Boivin, pedagogy and animator. On this particular weekend, visitors were able to take advantage of the free Saturday entertainment, aimed primarily at the younger crowd. They have been able to color a giant gorilla, take part in a creative workshop making animal keyrings, apply their make-up, have their photo taken by a robotic station, and watch the movie reminiscent of history on a giant screen. From the garden…
Visitors were delighted, noted Marie Noel, who turned 50 this year: “It’s a wonderful park. I attend at least once a year and see that investments are frequent, and there are often new things. Owners are concerned about the welfare of the animals. Lowry noted, 21, to a point: “It’s not a zoo like the others, we feel love and benevolence. And with the Tonga Association, they rescue and care for the animals.” The festivities continue today.
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