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'The animals in our care are endangered species, they require very special care — facilities are not provisioned to do that on normal day, much less in an emergency,' he said.
'We are prepared for the worst and hopeful for the best, we are preparing for a Category 5 to make direct impact with our zoo,' she said.
Zoo Miami put out a statement on Wednesday saying that they don't evacuate animals in response to hurricanes 'since hurricanes can change direction at the last minute and you run the risk of evacuating to a more dangerous location.''Furthermore, the stress of moving the animals can be more dangerous than riding out the storm,' the zoo said on its Facebook page.
Based in the zoo's Animal Care Center, the largest hurricane shelter on the grounds, the team will be comprised of six people and will stay on sight during the storm.
She said: 'That is our command center, that is also our surgery and triage center.'Zoo Miami put out a statement on Wednesday saying that they don't evacuate animals in response to hurricanes 'since hurricanes can change direction at the last minute and you run the risk of evacuating to a more dangerous location'The director added that the zoo has about ten days of food on the ground for the smaller animals, having about a month's worth for the larger animals.