PRAGUE The zoo had to close due to full capacity. Prague is negotiating a decision on the measure Sugar Mizzy May 31, 2020 A recent government resolution to prevent the spread of covid-19 has set its daily capacity at 8,500 visitors. It was filled shortly after noon on the weekend. The zoo thus stopped letting other people interested in the tour into the area. Many of them stayed in front of the entrance gate, trying to figure out why this happened. “It’s a pity that the zoo didn’t try to control the number of visitors to the tickets sold,” one woman, who was not allowed into the complex, complained on social networks. On Sunday, due to bad weather, there was more interest in visiting the Troja area, so it reached all interested parties. At 5 pm (60 minutes before closing time), the Prague Zoo reported attendance by approximately 2,500 people. New exposition with the devil There was a special interest in entering the zoo on Saturday, also because a new exhibition was presented here for the first time before noon. It is called Darwin’s Crater and is dedicated to the Australian and Tasmanian fauna. The pavilion was established for two years and cost 78 million crowns. More than twenty species have found a home in the new enclosures, led by a bear devil aka the Tasmanian Devil. The so-called Darwin Crater, which originated in Troy on the model of a real place in the Tasmanian hinterland, also hosts wild budgies, eels, miniature rat kangaroos or their huge counterpart giant kangaroos. You can meet them in a free passage, which is happening at the zoo for the very first time. Admission for the crown is not used In the coming days, the management of the zoo will discuss the possibilities of adjusting the daily quotas. “It is very effective that this measure will be relaxed in the near future,” I think Prague Zoo, headed by director Miroslav Bobek. The founder of the zoo, whose capital is the capital, has already taken the first steps in this direction. “We are negotiating with the Ministry of Health, Adam Vojtěch, to repeal this measure,” said Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib over the weekend. “Does not make sense. It does not limit immediate occupancy. We gave the integrated rescue corps an entrance fee for the crown, but he can’t use it like that, “he added.