Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Project Richard and Hein Prinsloo-Curson brothers plan to build a modern Noah's Ark in South Africa. The aim of the project is to secure the safety of every endangered species and plant in the world, and for this very reason it has been named 'Noah's Ark'.
This ambitious project, which will also house a huge aquarium, will be a combination of state-of-the-art technology and nature. This step in the face of the rapid decline of biodiversity in the world will require the use of technologies that have not yet been invented.
The facility, which will be built in a 100 km2 area, will be located on the northeastern side of South Africa. Construction will begin in August 2020, and financial support for the project comes from donations made by people across the world. The Curson brothers, who want to implement the project through Crowdfunding, need a total of $ 5.5 billion.
They will not accept money from any government or state, he says, and they will be directly accountable to donors, and they will have to be fully transparent about it.