Leningrad Zoo, Saint Petersburg , Russia
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Leningrad Zoo is located in Alexander Park - of which it is effectively part - on the Petrograd Side. It was founded by two animal-lovers - Sofia and Julius Gerhardt - in 1865.
The Leningrad Zoo Park is the unique museum of the Nature. It is one of the northern Zoos in the World. Nowadays it is keeps it's the century before last lay-out and an integral part of the city's historical center architecture.
Leningrad Zoo which guiding by the special Department. For the schoolchildren who interested in the education about animals there was founded the Junior Natural History Study Group (JNHSG) - one of the best around whole Russia.
The Leningrad Zoo is open each day of the year without the rest-days.
A new female Siberian tiger obtained from the Leningrad Zoo in Russia last summer is now on exhibit at the Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium.
The Leningrad Zoo, which is going to celebrate its birthday on Wednesday, August 14, has got an unusual present, a spotted female jaguar.
The Leningrad Zoo has sent a Far-Eastern marten to Yekaterinburg in exchange. It is very difficult to keep this animal in a cage and to make it reproduce. Only the Leningrad and Novosibirsk Zoos have managed to do it. © &to=http://www.rian.
the Leningrad Zoo, she said, also was not related to avian influenza. N. Gergilevich reported that on Monday, a planned sanitary processing facilities. This entry was posted on Sunday, October 17th, 2004 at 4:31 pm and is filed under News.
Polar bear cub Bering will leave the Leningrad Zoo on Friday, June 18, for Dalian (China) Polar bear cub Bering will leave the Leningrad Zoo on Friday, June 18, for Dalian (China), zoo supervisor Natalia Popova said. "Bering will be taken to the airport in the morning.
explorers were born in the Leningrad Zoo in autumn 2002. In late April Sedov moved to Krasnoyarsk (Siberia) and Malygin - to Moscow zoos. All in all, about 150 polar bears were born in the Leningrad Zoo. Many of them moved to Russian and foreign zoos.
PETERSBURG, RUSSIA) The Leningrad Zoo is in the middle of a 250 million ruble ($ 8 million) renovation project that a visiting commission says has made the zoo's already poor conditions much worse.
rare species loaned to the Leningrad Zoo - which kept its Soviet-era name - under special breeding programs, saying that conditions there are "not successful." "The zoo has an unhealthy and nervous atmosphere, which is definitely abusive to the animals," the report said.
been convinced that the old Leningrad Zoo is a part of the city center," Korneyev said. Korneyev quit in December 2001 after 11 years as director. After two interim directors, Gubanov took over in May 2002.
Polar bear cub Bering will leave the Leningrad Zoo on Friday, June 18, for Dalian (China), zoo supervisor Natalia Popova said. "Bering will be taken to the airport in the morning. He will fly to Frankfurt and change there for Beijing.
Leningrad Zoo Struggles On Amid Cash Shortage, THE ST. PETERSBURG TIMES = The St. Petersburg Times (Russia) | August 15, 2000| | . Provided by ProQuest LLC.
On the day Leningrad Zoo director, Ivan Korneev, was celebrating the 135th anniversary of the historic animal park, one thing was foremost in mind: to save the zoo, its 410 species and 3000 animals from extinction. "Everything else is unimportant," he said.
Leningrad Zoo Sharply Criticized in Report = by Karen Pruitt Fowler and Sarah Wahlert A report recently issued by the Eurasian Regional Zoo and Aquarium Association (ERZAA) indicates that at least 167 birds, all of the amphibians and
nine mammals at the Leningrad Zoo died within the last year. The report also indicates that the heads of the ornithology, herpetology, zoology, animal nutrition, veterinary and education departments of the zoo resigned in the last year.
According to the authors of the report, the Leningrad Zoo has "an unhealthy and nervous atmosphere," and is "a discredit to zoos as organizations in charge of caring for animals.
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THE HIPPOPOTAMUS in Leningrad zoo survived the German siege of the city in the Second World War because keepers persuaded him to eat dubious porridge mainly made from sawdust.
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