Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, provided field guidance to the Central Zoo.In related primate education news:
Going round the lemur and chimpanzee sheds, animal and fur seal playing grounds and other places of the zoo, he acquainted himself in detail with its management and operation.
He highly praised the officials and employees of the zoo for arranging the animal sheds to suite the ecological characteristics of wild animals and actively contributing to providing working people and school youth and students with cultural and emotional life.
He was greatly satisfied to hear a report that people are spending pleasant rest while seeing varieties of skills of animals.
He underlined the need to spruce up the zoo well as befitting an education center to help visitors widen knowledge about animals and nurture the spirit of socialist patriotism, not mere a sightseeing place, and thus actively contribute to the rest and education of visitors including school youth and students. [...]
Head of Iran's Space Agency (ISA) Hamid Fazeli says the country will send its domestically-built Kavoshgar 5 explorer into space in the near future.They'll have good job prospects after retiring from the space program.
“Kavoshgar 5, which is carrying a living creature, will be sent 120 kilometers (74.56 miles) into space below the orbit in July-August,” ISNA quoted Fazeli as saying.
“Now five monkeys are being trained so that they can [learn to] withstand the physical pressures produced by the orbital pace of the explorer, sound, vibration and other elements at the time of launching,” he added. [...]
Update: The latest Haveil Havalim is actively contributing to providing working people and school youth and students with cultural and emotional life.