After all, staff and volunteers are required to undergo annual TB tests. Do you suppose that this might have something to do with it? Those people aren't medically screened for TB or anything else - they just pay $120 , and away they go.
Follow a veteran keeper through the staff-only doors to see what it takes to run a zoo - from providing an enriching environment to recreating an ocean - on our behind the scenes Animal Encounter Tours.
They fired the veteran keeper, but decided to hire him back as a tour guide in the wake of a backlash over his dismissal.
Learn about enrichment as you feed the seals a fishy treat.
Discover just how large a rhino is when you're standing right next to one and how impressive a hippo mouth is as you feed them a favorite treat.
See and feel how unique a giraffe tongue is when you feed them a healthy treat.
Given that they allow anyone with money to enter animal areas, what is their justification for requiring staff and volunteers to undergo medical screening each year?