“We tried to diplomatically provide this info, that ‘Hey, this is probably not going to turn out super well because they might kill each other,’” he said. “They didn’t want to listen to us.”
Jess Thompson, the zoo’s conservation education curator, and veterinarian staff at UW confirmed the incidents involving the penguins, seal, capybara, hornbill and aracaris. Another hornbill has successfully lived alongside kebun binatang tamansari bandung the meerkats since being introduced, Thompson said. Dr. Mary Thurber, an expert in zoological medicine who works for the zoo, said the sick seal received daily medical care.