More than 100 photographs of different species have been placed at the museum in Karachi
Karachi: Chairman, Pakistan people’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari inaugurated first ever Wildlife Museum of Sindh here on Wednesday. He was accompanied by provincial forest minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah and Special Assistant to CM for Wildlife Bungal Khan Mahar.
Nasir Shah told the PPP chairman that more than 100 photographs of different animals, birds and reptiles, including the extinct species have been placed at the museum.
He told that efforts are underway to protect the wildlife and improve their natural habitats. He also briefed the party chief on government’s Urban Forest projects planned on both the banks of Lyari River in Karachi.
Conservator Wildlife, Sindh Javed Mahar was also present. (PR)