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Lost World Of Tambun-World Animal Day

October 7th 2012, Ipoh – Lost World of Tambun celebrates World Animal Day on the 7th

of October 2012 with the Lost World Junior Rangers, primary and secondary school

students along with their teachers from the schools within Perak and visitors from all

walks of life by coming together to acknowledge and conserve the animal life in all its

forms and humankind’s relationship with the animal kingdom.

The day will begin with the unveiling of the World Animal Day flag followed by

welcoming our very own African Crowned Crane who currently inhabits in the Lost

World Petting Zoo. This gracious and majestic bird hails from the marshy grasslands of

Tanzania & Uganda and stands between 91 to 120 centimeter tall and weighs about 3 to 4

kilograms. The African Crowned Crane is amongst the largest of the Cranes with a wing

span that can reach six and a half or seven feet across when they are in flight. To

welcome this gallant bird, Lost World of Tambun is organizing an online Facebook

competition known as “Name The Crane”. This online competition is open to the general

public from the 7th October to 31st October 2012 and the winner shall be notified through

the Lost World of Tambun Facebook page. An exclusive prize of a 2 days 1 night stay in

Lost World Hotel’s Executive Suite which includes 2 breakfast, 2 theme park tickets and

2 Hot Springs and Spa by Night tickets will be awarded to the winner of this competition.

For further information, kindly log unto www.facebook.com/lostworldoftambun

Simultaneously in conjunction with this auspicious day, Lost World of Tambun has

invited a well-known local animal welfare organization, Noah’s Ark to share this moment

by giving the general public an opportunity to adopt a pet and give this precious living

being a home. 2 tickets to Lost World of Tambun theme park shall be rewarded to any

visitor who does an adoption.

“We at Lost World of Tambun strongly believe that animals play a vital role in keeping

the planet healthy because if one species is wiped out, it can have significant ripples

throughout the rest of the chain of life”, says Mr.Calvin Ho, General Manager, Lost

World of Tambun.

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