Mazatlan inaugurates “Animal Kingdom” and Dancing Fountains in Central Park

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The mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, highlighted that it is a transformed space that was designed for Mazatlan and visitors who arrive at the port, and who are looking for a place outdoors to enjoy the afternoons.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa- This Monday the Government of Mazatlán headed by the mayor, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres inaugurated two new attractions of the port, which correspond to an “Animal Kingdom” and dancing fountains.

Benítez Torres highlighted that it is a transformed space that was designed for Mazatlecos and visitors who arrive at the port, and who are looking for a place outdoors to enjoy the afternoons.

“Every day we are inaugurating different things. Something that does not normally happen in the country, nor in Sinaloa, we are a growing municipality, in constant movement, that we do not stop,” he said.

Likewise, the Mazatlan mayor announced that new projects are coming to Mazatlan.


-Animal Kingdom-

The Animal Kingdom consists of 398.5 square meters of construction and 27 sheltered habitats. 1 Shelter for reptiles, where turtles, snakes, toads, frogs, crocodiles, vipers, dragons, and Gila monsters will live.

1 Shelter for birds, where parrots, macaws, peacocks, magpies, and parakeets will be exhibited. 3 induced jet fountains with a collection tank. 2 spaces for technical area and 2 spaces for food preparation.

Animal kingdom and dancing fountains

The hours to enjoy this new attraction will be from Monday to Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

-Dancing fountains-

With an investment of 7 million pesos, the “Dancing Fountains” are placed in the main lagoon with a view of the Central Park and Quirino Ordaz avenue; There are 7 dancing fountains, which launch a jet of pressurized water up to 10 meters high. The lighting is multicolored and changing, based on led technology, controlled by a computer.

Animal kingdom and dancing fountains

This new attraction will undoubtedly give an unforgettable show, since it combines lights, music and movement of the water.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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