The elephant Bireki says goodbye to Zacango;A new home awaits her-El Sol de Hidalgo |Local News, Police, about Mexico, Hidalgo and the World

2022-06-17 00:27:19 By : Mr. Owen Zhang

/ Thursday June 16, 2022Fernando Rosales |The Sun of TolucaThe elephant named Bireki, who lived in the Zacango Zoo, will have a new home in the Ostok natural sanctuary, located in Sinaloa.The director of the recreational center located in Toluca reported that the elephant will arrive in the capital of Sinaloa next Saturday, June 18.The Government of the State of Mexico specified that it is a specimen of just over 30 years.It should be mentioned that it is the first specimen of its species born under human care in Mexico, as well, Bireki will be transferred to keep a male elephant named Big Boy with whom it is expected to have calves.We recommend: The fossil found in China that reveals the origin of the giraffe's neckBig Boy who arrived in Culiacán on July 19, 2021, weighing just under 4 and a half tons, had damaged hooves and, according to veterinarians and specialists, showed emotional disorientation, because in a few months the elephant went from live chained and deprived, to a place where today you can be free.After his arrival, the elephant was able to adopt feeding and recreation routines that he himself has formed in a field of at least two hectares, where he enjoys his food, bathes, sleeps, plays and walks."We are ready at the Culiacán Zoo to receive this new tenant that we have been waiting for so eagerly, we are ready, we have already conditioned the area where Bigboy was, we made some adaptations so that it would be in better condition to receive this important guest. , we are ready to receive it this Saturday," he said.During Bireki's reception, the activist and defender of animals, Arturo Islas Allende, the president of the Association of Zoos, Breeders and Aquariums of Mexico (AZCARM), Ernesto Zazueta, and the administrator of the Culiacán Zoo, Diego García Heredia, will be present.Bireki was rescued from a circus in Veracruz in 2014 by the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (Profepa), State Delegation of Tabasco, and transferred to the "Zacango" Ecological Park.After nine years of living in this park located in Calimaya, State of Mexico, its conditions are currently excellent, the Director of Cepanaf, Napoleón Fillat Ordóñez, highlighted at a press conference."Always be grateful for the support of the State Government when making improvements and investing in optimal facilities for specimens of this category," he pointed out.The elephant will be in quarantine for up to 50 days at the Culiacán Zoo to "see how it adapts, the weather, etc.," explained Ernesto Zazueta, President of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums of Mexico.Since its arrival at this Mexican zoo, the Asian elephant remained under the care of veterinarians trained for its species, it was integrated into the Animal Welfare program, which consists of behavioral, physical and nutritional evaluation.His care was meticulous, as it included the maintenance of the soles, nails, cuticles and legs, as well as stretching therapies, taking measurements to calculate weight, baths, review of the oral cavity, taking of radiographic plates, dressings, urine collection. and blood draw.➡️ Subscribe to our Newsletter and receive the most relevant notes in your emailTheir diet consisted of forages of oats, alfalfa, sweet potato, elephant concentrate, banana, apple, watermelon, corn, melon, papaya, carrot, romaine lettuce, tamarind, and dwarfed grass.With information from Nallely Casillas and Vanessa Meza |The Sun of SinaloaThe elephant named Bireki, who lived in the Zacango Zoo, will have a new home in the Ostok natural sanctuary, located in Sinaloa.The director of the recreational center located in Toluca reported that the elephant will arrive in the capital of Sinaloa next Saturday, June 18.The Government of the State of Mexico specified that it is a specimen of just over 30 years.It should be mentioned that it is the first specimen of its species born under human care in Mexico, as well, Bireki will be transferred to keep a male elephant named Big Boy with whom it is expected to have calves.We recommend: The fossil found in China that reveals the origin of the giraffe's neckBig Boy who arrived in Culiacán on July 19, 2021, weighing just under 4 and a half tons, had damaged hooves and, according to veterinarians and specialists, showed emotional disorientation, because in a few months the elephant went from live chained and deprived, to a place where today you can be free.After his arrival, the elephant was able to adopt feeding and recreation routines that he himself has formed in a field of at least two hectares, where he enjoys his food, bathes, sleeps, plays and walks."We are ready at the Culiacán Zoo to receive this new tenant that we have been waiting for so eagerly, we are ready, we have already conditioned the area where Bigboy was, we made some adaptations so that it would be in better condition to receive this important guest. , we are ready to receive it this Saturday," he said.During Bireki's reception, the activist and defender of animals, Arturo Islas Allende, the president of the Association of Zoos, Breeders and Aquariums of Mexico (AZCARM), Ernesto Zazueta, and the administrator of the Culiacán Zoo, Diego García Heredia, will be present.Bireki was rescued from a circus in Veracruz in 2014 by the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (Profepa), State Delegation of Tabasco, and transferred to the "Zacango" Ecological Park.After nine years of living in this park located in Calimaya, State of Mexico, its conditions are currently excellent, the Director of Cepanaf, Napoleón Fillat Ordóñez, highlighted at a press conference."Always be grateful for the support of the State Government when making improvements and investing in optimal facilities for specimens of this category," he pointed out.The elephant will be in quarantine for up to 50 days at the Culiacán Zoo to "see how it adapts, the weather, etc.," explained Ernesto Zazueta, President of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums of Mexico.Since its arrival at this Mexican zoo, the Asian elephant remained under the care of veterinarians trained for its species, it was integrated into the Animal Welfare program, which consists of behavioral, physical and nutritional evaluation.His care was meticulous, as it included the maintenance of the soles, nails, cuticles and legs, as well as stretching therapies, taking measurements to calculate weight, baths, review of the oral cavity, taking of radiographic plates, dressings, urine collection. and blood draw.➡️ Subscribe to our Newsletter and receive the most relevant notes in your emailTheir diet consisted of forages of oats, alfalfa, sweet potato, elephant concentrate, banana, apple, watermelon, corn, melon, papaya, carrot, romaine lettuce, tamarind, and dwarfed grass.With information from Nallely Casillas and Vanessa Meza |The Sun of SinaloaThe arrest was carried out by the FGR in coordination with SEDENAThey deducted from 500 to 6,000 pesos, arguing that they did 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