You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!

by The Tisch Family Zoological Gardens, the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!
You Can Save Israel's Unique Aquatic Habitats!

Project Report | Mar 25, 2024
Winter Update 2024

By Rachael Risby Raz | International Relations Manager

The whale skeleton project at the Aqaurium is moving forward!

The first two stages of the project have been completed with the successful extraction of the skeleton, its transfer to the Aquarium, and the completion of the cleaning stage, which took less time than we originally estimated. The skeleton is now housed in the Blue Hall and has been set up for visitors to be able to view the area where the restoration work is taking place.

A project manager has been appointed and is already at work on the restoration and reconstruction processes including plaster reconstruction.

We have contracted an expert consultant for the construction stage which will begin with a 3D scan of all the bones and the planning of the hanging structure.

We have also started working on the content of the educational component of the exhibit and the training of guides who will accompany visitors and school groups at the exhibit.

The Blue Hall will be home to an extensive exhibit providing educational information about marine mammals.

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Dec 11, 2023
Fall Update 2023

By Rachael Risby Raz | International Relations Manager

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Project Leader:
Nicole Wexler
Jerusalem , Israel
$107,167 raised of $150,000 goal
 
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