49 Animals Transferred from Surabaya Zoo

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5 June 2013 18:52 WIB

Surabaya Zoo (KBS). TEMPO/Fully Syafi

TEMPO.CO, Banyuwangi – As many as 49 animal collections from Surabaya Zoo (KBS) were transferred to Mirah Fantasia, Banyuwangi. The transferred animals includeelephants, orang utans, iguanas, hippos, bekantans, gazelles, and some other mammals and birds.

From Surabaya, the animals were transferred by trucks to Mirah Fantasia. Rahmat Suharta, the Chief of Health Department from Surabaya Zoo, said that some of the animals must be transferred because KBS has been overloaded.

Rahmat also informed that Mirah Fantasia has already gained a conservation center operational license from the Natural Resources Conservation Office.

Ketut Suwardika, Mirah Fantasia Deputy Director, expected that the new collections will increase the number of visitors.

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