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June 19, 2014


National Zoo Suddenly Closes Invertebrate Exhibit

(Thanks to Jeffrey Brown)


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I know from personal experience that rearing insects and marine invertebrates is harder than you might think. They get mites, fungal infections, viruses, and sexually-transmitted diseases

Time for sex educators to take a Fantastic Voyage, tiny condoms in hand

"The invertebrates are revolting!"

"Ah, you get used to them after a while."

That was a spineless decision.

"In the words of the Director, “We are doing our best to reduce our dependence on taxpayers… "

With friends like these, who needs anemones?

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