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The Kostroma Zoo will shortly be welcoming a plethora of fresh denizens.

The management of the Kostroma zoo announces plans for the development of a “living corner”, which were discussed during a meeting between the director of the zoo, Vadim Shinkar, and the head of the city administration, Alexei Smirnov.

During the meeting it was noted that the Kostroma Zoo is growing and replenishing with new inhabitants. If at the time of its opening in 2010 there were only 13 animals, and now there are already 156 – and in the near future the “staff” of the zoo will be replenished with new exotic animals – markhor goats , European fallow deer, African ostrich and two types of wolves – a male red wolf and a female polar white wolf. For new residents, it is planned to provide six new “apartments” – enclosures.

The zoo is attracting more and more visitors (145,000 people visited it last year) – and this circumstance prompts the zoo management to think about improvement plans – three recreational kiosks will be equipped for citizens on the territory of the zoo, the paths will be paved again and the parking lot will be set up near the zoo.

The plans were fully supported by the head of the city administration, who promised to help in any way possible in their implementation.

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