Calgary Zoo

President speaks directly to Calgarians in full-page newspaper ads.

But the ads will only keep the issue of a series of unnatural animal deaths on the front-burner and suggest concern over an erosion of public support, said Zoocheck Canada spokeswoman Julie Woodyer.

“They should be worried,” she said.

“But this is just going to bring more attention to themselves…at the end of the day, their reputation doesn’t rise or fall with what Zoocheck says, it falls on what they do.”

Woodyer also challenged the zoo’s contention in the ad they’ve been transparent, noting word of the death of another capybara last August after it was attacked by a cagemate wasn’t divulged until last weekend.


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