"The revenue was 18 per cent more than the previous year," said Director Lahore Zoo Muhammad Naeem Bhatti while talking to reporter on Thursday.
"Indian tigers, African lions and monkeys of various species were main attraction for all visitors, especially children. People of all ages enjoyed the activities of monkeys," he added.
Wildlife guides remained present near the cages and other points to provide necessary information to the visitors about the animals, their habits, average life span etc.
He said for the first time an ambulance with para medical staff along with life saving drugs remained parked at the zoo to meet any eventuality.
He said canteen and cafeteria contractors were strictly warned to serve hygienic food to visitors and charge fixed rates.
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