We regret to say that Homer our beloved 16 year old polar bear passed away this morning.
Homer was a very curious and playful polar bear and we will miss him terribly. His death is being investigated to determine the cause. Homer will always be remembered for the smiles and joy he brought to all our visitors and we will do everything we can to ensure that our zoo is a safe environment for all of our animals.
The safety of our animals is of top priority and measure will be taken to make sure that all animals are in a safe loving environment.
Beloved Polar Bear Homer passes away at questionably safe zoo
Homer, a beloved polar bear at the zoo, passed away under strange circumstances. He was found floating in the enclosures pool an hour after his feeding. Homer isn’t the first animal to die this month. Two other animals died while in the care of the zoo.
Kenya the giraffe got her neck stuck into its enclosure and a ten year old bobcat also died of renal failure. The zoo is quoted as saying that safety is its number one priority, but is that really the truth?