Paris, the city with a population of about 3 million people, has been on the front lines of conservation efforts to combat climate change.
For nearly a decade, Paris has been leading the way on the fight against climate change, especially the so-called Copenhagen Accords, the Paris climate agreement.
Now, a group of local communities in the French capital is launching a massive initiative to help transform the Paris region into a wildlife park.
It is the biggest effort of its kind in the world, but it’s also the most ambitious effort yet.
The Paris Zoological Park is set to open in late 2019, and is set on a large area that is part of the Paris metro area, according to the announcement.
The Zoological park is meant to be an international showcase for all kinds of animals, from birds to mammals to reptiles and amphibians.
It will include both indoor and outdoor facilities and also includes wildlife enclosures, as well as large, indoor exhibits.
The park will also be able to house a number of different types of wild and domestic animals, including wild horses, sheep, goats, deer, buffalos, lions, tigers, camels, camper vans, and more.
In total, the zoo will house approximately 100,000 animals.
The city of Paris is home to some of the largest wild animal populations in Europe.
In the Paris area, for example, there are an estimated 100,400 wild horses and around 3,000 to 4,000 wild goats, according the French National Nature Reserve.
The city of France has a population that is a bit smaller than New York, with the population estimated at about 8 million people.
But the Paris Zoo is the largest wildlife park in the country, and will be a hub for the efforts of a city with some of Europe’s largest animal populations.
The zoo will be one of the most recognizable symbols of the city, and with its large crowds, the park will be the perfect place to showcase the city’s wildlife and natural attractions.
Paris Zoo’s website states that the project will be designed to promote conservation and sustainable development.
“In addition to the creation of the park, we want to help to build a healthy, vibrant environment, one that will be welcoming to all visitors,” it states.
“The park will support the development of a sustainable, ecologically sound ecosystem that will also help to promote and protect the species of animals and plants that we are most attracted to and that are most at risk from overfishing.”
The project is expected to be a big success.
The estimated number of visitors to the park is expected at least 200,000.
As of the time of this writing, the project is still under development, but according to local media, it has been able to raise over $10 million, which will be used to fund the expansion of the zoo.
The announcement of the project comes a week after a group called Paris Zoophiles raised more than $5 million in an effort to turn the city into the world’s largest wildlife refuge.
The group is currently trying to raise $6.2 million for the project.