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Chávez's patrolling zoo reopened in Apure

In order to strengthen the system of zoos and hatcheries in Venezuela, the Caimán del Orinoco Patrullero de Chávez zoo was reopened in Apure state.

«We are traveling through Venezuela in order to strengthen the system of zoos and breeding farms in the country, (…) understanding this as a fundamental basis in the pedagogical process of Venezuelans and in the processes of scientific research for the preservation of species in captivity and the protection of these specimens ”, assured the minister for Ecosocialism, Josué Lorca.

Likewise, the representative of Ecosocialism in the country, in the company of his work team, reopened the zoo for the different species of the region.

"Today we are here fulfilling a task of reopening this beautiful place that for a long time needed a push to continue preserving the Orinoco Cayman, like other species."

Likewise, Lorca thanked all the human personnel who participated in this recovery of a place, which consolidates the fifth objective of the Plan for the Homeland, which is "to contribute to the preservation of life on the planet and the salvation of the human species, since this is a place where the Orinoco Cayman is protected and will be a point of reference at the national and international level.

In the same way, the swearing-in of the Climate Change Brigades, made up of young people from Antarctica, will have the task of safeguarding and protecting the natural environment and training communities with these good practices of caring for the environment.

To end, the Ecosocialist day a sculpture of Commander Hugo Chávez was unveiled, in honor of the zoo which is called Patrullero de Chávez.

Lorca thanked all the human personnel who participated in this recovery of a place.