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Lucknow Zoo welcomes hordes of visitors once again after a halt of almost two months!

After remaining shut for more than two months owing to the second pandemic wave, the Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden unbolted its locks today, welcoming hordes of visitors and a much-needed escalation in its financial sitch.

Earlier, the monthly footfall at the zoo premises was pegged at less than 1% in contrast to its actual strength, leading to a parched cumulative income. Presently in regards to the relaxations, the Lucknow Zoo can expect a certain degree of financial respite, which would enable the administration to easily procure feed for animals while investing in the security and cleanliness of the campus.

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Lucknow Zoo's WAZA membership now marks its entry on a global platform!

Climbing up the ladder of worldwide recognition, Lucknow Zoo has now achieved membership of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA). Established in the year 1921 and also known as the Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden, this space has now marked its entry on an international stage. This membership will also equip the zoo with world-class information about animal care and welfare. Further, it is expected that the zoo would also benefit from its presence in globally connected networks.

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