I recall quite vividly the incident at the San Francisco zoo in which a Siberian tiger escaped its enclosure and killed a patron. Isn’t this sort of everybody’s worst nightmare when they visit a zoo - one of the animals escapes and eats you? Or, maybe it’s just me who worries about such things.
So, when we visited the Oakland zoo today, I was a bit taken aback to see this sign designating two reserved parking spots. “Animal Management Response” sure sounds like the employees who would respond when an animal escapes. I guess I should be comforted that they have designated parking spaces close to the entrance. If you and your kids are being chased through the zoo by an escaped man-eating animal, you really don’t want the response team circling the parking lot looking for parking. amiright?
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