Four employees of a zoo in UK to wait out the quarantine of animalsPictolic
During a pandemic, most people remain in their homes, but many are forced to work. Four girls-the employee of the zoo in Cornwall, England, made a voluntary choice — they stayed to wait out the quarantine of animals, to take care of them.
24 Mar zoo Paradise Park in Cornwall, England, has announced that it is closing its doors indefinitely due to the outbreak of coronavirus. While the zoo management plans to care for the animals, four employees took the initiative. Girls volunteered to stay at the zoo for the entire quarantine to take care of their wards.
Now employee living in a specially reserved for the staff, distribute duties and are on duty at a time. They occasionally help other colleagues, coming at different times. Girls will remain at the zoo for 12 weeks during the quarantine — and if it will last, and they are going to be near animals.
The zoo is home to around 1200 birds, and many mammals such as red pandas, squirrels, Asian otter, mouse-little girl and farm animals.
On the shoulders of the girls, feeding, cleaning, treatment and other activities for the animals, but according to the employees, such work was his only joy. They even conduct training for eagles, vultures and hawks.
Although the zoo is temporarily closed to visitors, the employee regularly publish new photos with its inhabitants in social networks. In addition, the zoo has a web camera, a recording which can be viewed in real-time.