Zoo enraged by ‘disrespect’ of visitors who scratched names into a rhino’s back

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The zoo’s director told Agence France-Presse that they would be looking into ways to prevent this incident from happening again. Caille suggested that one route the zoo might go down is to install video surveillance. It hopes that if people know they are being watched, then they will be less likely to do something as disrespectful as this again. It still plans on allowing its visitors to touch their rhinos to learn more about them than they would from afar.

Increasing security

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