Dublin Zoo’s battle for survival
Dublin Zoo has reopened, but with restricted visiting conditions and the loss of income over the summer, it has a difficult few months ahead
Under normal circumstances, spending a morning as the only civilian walking around Dublin Zoo would be a dream come true. This year, however, it’s a bleak signal of the financial crisis in one of Ireland’s most beloved attractions.
Last month, Dublin Zoo announced a fundraising drive (its first since the 1990s), asking people for financial support to keep the organisation running during its closure over the Covid-19 pandemic.
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