Utility poles damaged by strong wind in Kisszállás, southern Hungary on 13 November 2019.
15 November, Friday
Established exactly 36 years ago, on November 14, 1983, the Hungarian Association of Zoos is a professional organization comprising 13 Hungarian zoos and wildlife parks with the purpose of representing their interests, coordinating their various activities, and facilitate the exchange of information and data, thus promoting the development of the zoo profession in Hungary as […]
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