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October 04, 1991 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-04

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older animals die off and
numbers drop, they will be
allowed to breed again.
The third part of the center
is the museum and education
complex, named "Man and
the Living World," and uses
most modern graphic and in-
teractive techniques. The
museum director, Dorit
Wolenitz, and her dedicated
staff prepare study tours for
children of all ages to comple-
ment the visit to the zoo and
safari. "We try to give the
future generation a better
understanding of evolution,
animals senses, movement
and reproduction," says Ms.
Wolentiz. "We also want the
children to understand how
man fits into the pattern."
In these troubled times the
museum has also become an
example of Jewish and Arab
co-existence. A project called
"Hand in Hand" brought
together 500 Jewish and
Arab children of kindergar-
ten age last year. They were
taught in their respective
languages and were given
time to play with each other
socially. This project, spon-
sored by a German Christian
group, is now in its second
year.
The Zoological Center has
reason to be proud; its balanc-
ed and harmonious collection
of animals is clearly well-
housed, healthy and content
and with over half a million
visitors every year, it has ob-
viously provided much
pleasure to both Israeli
children and adults alike. 0

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