Denise Verret

Director, LA Zoo

Director of the LA Zoo

Denise Verret on KCRW

The LA Zoo, which is inside Griffith Park, is involved in animal conservation, and it has helped bring back the California condor from the brink of extinction.

LA Zoo expansion will improve animal welfare but may destroy native woodlands

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