Wildlife: 21 newborns multiply Safari Park’s attraction

Animals born include black deer, black swan, horses, sheep and Sindh Ibex, were born at the park.


Our Correspondent February 20, 2014

KARACHI:


The Safari Park has added to its attractions with the birth of 21 animals, also setting a new record in the history of the park.


In one-and-a-half month, 21 animals, including black deer, black swan, horses, sheep and Sindh Ibex, were born at the park. Children are visiting the park in large numbers and immensely enjoying the activities of the newborns, said the senior director of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation’s Culture, Sports and Recreation Department, Rehan Khan, while talking to The Daily Express.

Khan has directed the staff to provide special care to the newborns so that they remain healthy and don’t catch any disease. He further said that the number of animals is multiplying continuously because of the natural environment being provided to them.

Safari parks are built around the world to create awareness among the common people about wildlife and to provide natural and clean environment to the animals for their healthy growth, said Khan.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 21st, 2014.

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