Posted May 23, 2018 07:03:11 If you’re heading to Australia this weekend, you’re in for a treat.
The Catoctina Zoo in Sydney is set to open its doors to the public this weekend.
There are about 1,600 people who will be able to enter the facility this weekend with a minimum age of 16.
The zoo is the third largest zoo in the world, after the Melbourne Zoo and Adelaide Zoo.
It’s not the first zoo in Australia to offer this type of experience, but it is the first one to do so for children.
Catoctino’s opening comes at a time when many countries are seeing their populations decline due to the spread of diseases such as polio, measles, and bubonic plague.
The Australia Zoo and Aquariums Association (AZA) is the leading Australian animal welfare organisation, and has seen a massive rise in the number of animal deaths from the pandemic.
AZA spokesperson Ben White said that the increasing number of animals in Australia was due to two factors: the increasing numbers of dogs and cats in households, and the increasing cost of healthcare for the animals.
According to AZA, over 60 per cent of the Australian population now have pets.
As a result, they are less able to cope with the cost of medical and veterinary care.
White said: “People are often worried about what to do for pets when they need a pet.
The Australian government is spending millions of dollars on animal welfare programs, which means animals need better veterinary care and care for their owners.”
Children will be the main attraction of the zoo this weekend as well.
They will be allowed in as long as they’re not hurting any animals, and will not have to wear masks or masks in public.
The animals at the zoo will also be able visit the animals’ exhibit.
The public will also have a chance to visit the animal sanctuary, which is set up inside the zoo, to see the animals, get a pet and watch a live show.
In order to enter, visitors will have to bring a photo ID, which will then be taken by the staff, and a proof of age will be required.
If you want to take photos, you’ll need to bring your own tripod.
The entrance fee is $1.50 for adults and $1 for children, and it’s only available on Saturday and Sunday.
The cost is $10 for kids under the age of eight.
You can visit the zoo from March 26 through May 2.
You may want to consider bringing a blanket to sleep in while you’re there.