Expenses, support and new species outlined in RWP Zoo 2017 annual report

ELSIE THE KOMODO DRAGON, a recent acquisition for the Roger Williams Park Zoo, graces the cover of the nonproft's 2017 annual report released Tuesday. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS PARK ZOO
ELSIE THE KOMODO DRAGON, a recent acquisition for the Roger Williams Park Zoo, graces the cover of the nonproft's 2017 annual report released Tuesday. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS PARK ZOO
PROVIDENCE - In its 2017 Annual Report published Tuesday, the Roger Williams Park Zoo announced the nonprofit netted more than $10.1 million in support and revenue. At 30.84 percent, donations grants and special events made up the largest percentage of incoming funds followed by general admission (30.08 percent) and membership (16.96 percent). Animal care and…

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