Herewith, The Park Census Office (PCO) releases the first data from the 25 AZ Census, covering Park population, dwelling counts, and employment trends.

Between the institution of zoocracy and 25 AZ, The Park's population increased 454%. International migration fueled five-eighths of The Park's population growth, while higher levels of reproduction, coupled with lower levels of infant and adult mortality, also accounted for this rise in population.

Data still to be released include income statistics, business and trade figures, manufacturing statistics, family stability figures, health and welfare, age and longevity, and species-identification responses.


The Park's first official census was conducted between 15 Karpos and 1 Azafran, 25 AZ.

Census participation by Park residents and citizens was strongly encouraged, but voluntary.

In total, the 25 AZ Census enumerated 3,483,612 Animals.

Check back often. More news on the 25 AZ Census will become available.

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