PNG Air donates tickets to park’s Snaketastic quiz

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PAPUA New Guinea Air have donated two domestic return flight tickets for the Port Moresby Nature Park’s ‘Snaketastic’ quiz.
This is the second time this year that PNG Air has supported the park by donating airline tickets as a prize for an activity.
The first ticket was for the “Mystery of the shiny egg” challenge in April where high school student Rahab Dimagi was the lucky winner of two return tickets to any chosen domestic destination.
“PNG Air proudly supports the Nature Park and assists with prizes that contribute to the initiatives they develop for NCD, its residents and overseas travelers,” PNG AIR commercial sales manager Linda Honey said.
The “Snaketastic” quiz follows the opening of the park’s Reptile Haus and its aim was to educate people about the amazing world of snakes and snakebite first aid.
It also instils a sense of guardianship over the unique and often misunderstood creatures.
“This year the park’s aim is to focus on creating more family-friendly activities while also providing learning and educational opportunities for those that participate,” park general manager Michelle McGeorge said.
“We are humbled by the willingness of PNG Air and other park supporters to help us achieve this aim.”
The ‘Snaketastic’ quiz is currently taking place at the park and the draw for the winners would be made after Oct 13.
McGeorge said the public could participate in the quiz by buying Friday’s edition of The National as well as the Oct 6 edition that would contain a full page pull-out of a snakes and ladders game and an entry form for the park’s “Snaketastic” quiz.
“The answers to the questions are placed throughout the park and people must visit the park to solve the 15 questions and drop the completed entries into the park’s entry box to enter the draw,” she said.