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Coronavirus Impact: San Diego Zoo furloughs some of its workers
In late November , several unreliable web sites published identical articles reporting that a zookeeper at the San Diego Zoo had been arrested and charged with sexual assault on a year-old male gorilla. The story appears to have originated on World News Daily Report, which reported :. We found no mention of such an arrest in any mainstream news source, however, including the San Diego Union-Tribune , which frequently reports on major and minor happenings at the zoo. All characters appearing in the articles in this website — even those based on real people — are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any persons, living, dead, or undead is purely a miracle. Bestiality appears to be a favorite theme of the WNDR staff, whose previous articles include fabricated reports of humans sexually assaulting octopuses , alligators , and orangutans. Although some might find them repetitive and unfunny, these lurid stories presumably serve their commercial purpose of attracting clicks and earning advertising dollars.
Former longtime San Diego Zoo employee admits to stealing $236K
A witness video provided to NBC San Diego shows a man dropping the child as they flee the enclosure as a trumpeting elephant charged at them. The man picked up the toddler and was able to get her out safely. Police said the year-old man wanted to take a photo with the African bull elephant.
On Monday, some Zoo visitor services employees and other positions not related to animal or plant care were furloughed. The two parks have about 3, employees. A Zoo spokesperson told 10News their people "are like family" and they've decided for now not to disclose the exact number of workers who are off the job.