The New York City Times on Friday published a story on the “Lion Museum.”
The story, which was written by Mark Halperin and Matt Apuzzo, was a look at the lions that are part of the New Jersey Zoo’s Lion Museum.
Halperis reporting team had an excellent time with the lions in the New Yorker article, but it wasn’t all roses and butterflies.
The story did give a glimpse into how zoo management and the public perceive lions.
There were plenty of issues in the story that Halperi and Apuzzi addressed, such as: 1) How much information can a person get about a lion from the media?
The answer, according to Halpery, is not as great as you think.
2) How do you know when you’ve been shown the lion?
In this case, it’s not as easy as looking at the photo and seeing a lion.
Apuzzis and Halper’s reporting team did not have access to the lion’s actual life story, but they did have some insights into how they would interpret the information provided to them.
One area that seemed to get a lot of attention was the lack of information on how many animals were involved in the capture and euthanasia of the lion.
The answer was that the zoo does not have any records of how many lions have been taken in and out of the lions enclosure.
“The number is not a great number,” Apuzzini told the Times.
3) The lack of public access to how many lion cubs were born to the zoo’s female lions.
Halpis said that he was not aware of any records or data on how often or how far in the breeding cycle the female lions had cubs.
4) How long are the female lion cub s ovations?
Halper was unsure of the exact number of times cubs have been born in the female zoo, but Halper said that the cubs would be born at a time when the female is at maximum capacity.
5) What was the cost of having the lions released into the wild?
Halpiss and Apuzis said it was too early to speculate on the costs of keeping the lions, but the zoo would need to make some changes to their operations in order to get them back in the wild.
“We’re trying to do some things that would keep them from becoming the sort of wild animals they were during the reign of George Bush, so that they have to have more training,” Halper told the New Yorkers.
In the article, Halper and Apzini wrote that the public is more than welcome to visit the zoo, and they would like to see more lions in captivity.
But Apuzzino told the paper that zoo management has been told that it is not the zoo that would be the primary source of information about the lion, but instead the zoo itself.
“If the media is going to be the source, it will be on the zoo website,” Apzino said.
In response to a reporter’s question about whether he believes the zoo should be in the news, Apuzza said, “I’m not going to talk about the zoo because that’s not our job.
But I would say that the way they’ve handled the situation has been very professional and very respectful.”
And that, he added, is the way he feels.