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Visitors Feed Animals and the Zoo’s Bottom Line After Coronavirus Shutdown Eats Profits

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Visitors Feed Animals and the Zoo’s Bottom Line After Coronavirus Shutdown Eats Profits

Visitors Feed Animals and the Zoo’s Bottom Line After Coronavirus Shutdown Eats Profits

A zoo in the Czech Republic is making up for the money lost during the coronavirus shutdown by letting people sponsor the animals’ meals.


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