Beth Schaefer

General Curator and Director of Animal Care at the Los Angeles Zoo

General Curator and Director of Animal Care at the Los Angeles Zoo

Beth Schaefer on KCRW

The Los Angeles Zoo reopened on August 26. There’s a limit of 1200 visitors per day. Guests and staff must wear masks. Some indoor exhibits are closed.

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The Los Angeles Zoo reopened on August 26. There’s a limit of 1200 visitors per day. Guests and staff must wear masks. Some indoor exhibits are closed.

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