Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
People addicted to the new global phenomenon, Pokemon Go, can actually help protect the real animals while they hunt for their fictional creatures, as shown by one Belgian zoo.
Zoo in Antwerp on Tuesday announced that it had collected 12,000 euros with the hunt on Pokémon organized last week, Belga news agency reported. The money will be allocated to the Centre for Research and Conservation whose work focuses on endangered species.
On Friday night, the zoo opened its doors to Pokemon players for two hours. Entry was free, but visitors were asked to make donations in the amount of 3 euros. About 15,000 people joined the hunt, according to the statement from the zoo.
While the zoo is bragging with their success, in other places in the world the game is prohibited, and in the Belgian capital itself, authorities are considering the introduction of fines for players who don’t keep an eye on traffic because their eyes are glued to smartphones while they are looking for Pokemon.