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Quezon City Polytechnic University
Pag-asa Road, San Francisco Satellite Campus

Riverbanks Zoological Park
and
Botanical Garden – 2007

(Case Study)

Submitted by:
Gambol, Charmy I.
BSIE- 3A
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Table of Contents

Introduction

Company Profile
Vision
✔ Is to be transforming into an exciting preservation and conservation center that will continue to further the evolution of superb zoo exhibitory.

Mission
✔To foster an appreciation and concern for all living things. ✔To providing the highest standard of care for our animals and plant collect. ✔To providing diverse educational and high quality recreational experience for all Riverbanks visitors. ✔To providing all the resources at our disposal for the conservation-oriented projects or programs that promotes preservation of the Earth's biodiversity.

History
"Run as a cougar, fly as a bee, swim as a dolphin and hop like a frog as you experience a fun-filled 10-minute journey at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden's 3-D Adventure Theater.”

Located on the Lower Saluda River in Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, Riverbanks Zoo and Garden is a 170-acre park. The zoo has entrances on both the Richland and Lexington Country sides of the river. The complex is comprised of the Zoological Park with over 2,000 animals in natural habits and the Botanical Garden on a seventy-acre section devoted to woodlands, gardens, historic ruins, and plants collections. Riverbanks Zoo and Garden is major attraction in the Columbia metropolitan area, the state of South Carolina, and the Southeast United States.

One of over 200 accredited institutional members of the American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA), Riverbanks is recognized as one of the best zoos in the America for conservation efforts and recreational activities and has received numerous awards.

1960s, - a group of local businessmen initiated the concept of a small community zoo. Known as the Columbia Zoo, the proposed facility...
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