Mountains, McMurrayites, Menageries

July 2010
Alberta Views;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p62
The article offers information on the wildlife, demographics and zoos in Alberta. It provides the accurate data on the total number of plant species, mammals, and forest in the area. The population in McMurray has been projected to increase to 250,000 in 2023. It highlights the total number of animal species in the animal zoo with the total number of giraffes donated.


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