Skopje Zoo, Skopje , Macedonia
List of facts we found about Skopje Zoo
When we visited Skopje Zoo again in May 2008 hoping for improvements, not much had changed, although it appears that effort is made in building some new cages, which were not occupied yet. The cages for the big cats are very small.
Skopje Zoo In 2004, the British tabloid Daily Mirror newspaper ran a feature on the appalling conditions at Skopje Zoo, sparking much concerned activity including an offer from the UK-based animal welfare and conservation charity Born Free Foundation, who offered to help
Learn how Brie Cuppi helps the Skopje Zoo in Macedonia access exhibit space for the animals from a husbandry standpoint. * 2007 marks the 10th anniversary of the black footed ferret reintroduction program in Arizona.
conditions, peers from his cage at Skopje Zoo in Macedonia. Efforts to find him a home abroad in another zoo have failed. A female mate might cheer him up, but the zoo has no money to acquire one.
We have contacted the Skopje Zoo in Macedonia and they are willing to release him. We should hear back shortly what sanctuary will house our chimp! :-) I believe the Chronical will be following this story when the transfer of Koko is complete.
Skopje Zoo in Macedonia, February 12, 2007. The U.S. National Institutes of Health, which supports a variety of biomedical studies using animals, will stop breeding government-owned chimpanzees for research — a step animal rights advocates lauded on Thursday.
Good News! Koko the Chimp from Skopje Zoo in Macedonia is being transferred to a great primate sanctuary in the Netherlands called AAP Sanctuary.
A lynx in the Skopje Zoo in Macedonia. Lynx or wild cat is considered a national symbol of Macedonia and the mountain of Galicica, and is displayed on the back of Macedonia's 5-denar coin. There are only 35-40 lynx existing in the nature in Macedonia. Photo courtesy: AFP.
The Skopje Zoo is the first established in the Balkans. 94. - Macedonia is renowned for its folklore which has been carefully nurtured by many professional and amateur ensembles.
Skopje Zoo (EUR 700ths) for reconstruction and modernization, and to Bitola’s industrial zone (EUR 1.2mn) for modernization of the infrastructure. “It’s not the quantum of what we pay people that’s changed.
koko the chimp from macedonia