Loro Parque is giving away 30,000 free tickets as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations
Loro Parque have announced that they are giving away 30,000 tickets for the park to residents of Puerto de La Cruz as “a gesture of gratitude to the community of the municipality for its great support throughout the last half-century.”
This is just one of the things that the best zoo in the world, according to TripAdvisor, is doing to mark its 50th anniversary, and they will be distributing them in batches of 2,000 tickets a day over 15 days.
The Loro Parque Fundación, which has global recognition for its work in saving endangered species and supporting environmental projects, is currently leading the International Meeting on Critically Endangered Species of the Canary Islands, with the University of La Laguna.
Renowned scientists and experts from different countries around the world are participating, as well as technicians from the Canary Islands Government, the Tenerife Cabildo, and various municipalities of the archipelago.
The conferences, which are being held in the Faculty of Sciences, Biology Section of the ULL, are studying six species of Gastropods found in Tenerife that the IUCN experts sampled to be evaluated in February. The program has included a field trip to two areas, the Laurisilva forest in Las Mercedes and the coastal xerothermic shrub vegetation in eastern Santa Cruz, to study their habitat to see how they can be saved.
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