Zoo Visitors Brought Shark to Nervous Breakdown

01.12.2014

Excessive attention of the audience in the Kaliningrad Zoo to the shark brought it to a nervous breakdown. Visitors persistently tried to attract the attention of the predator, constantly banging on the glass. As a result, unable to withstand continuous knocking, two-foot reef shark began rushing around the aquarium and beating the walls. Later vets stated that the fish damaged nose and eyes. Because of the continuous visitors flow the wounds on the body of the shark does not heal.

Zoo Visitors Brought Shark to Nervous Breakdown

Ichthyologists have decided to temporarily isolate the victim from the eyes of annoying guests. Aquarium was closed from guests until curing of his inhabitant, and zoo staff started to add special sedative and antiseptic preparations in water. This is not the first such case in the Kaliningrad Zoo: previously local northern sea lion suffered from the actions of the visitor. Despite the strict ban to feed the animals, it was given a frozen fish, then the pinniped had to be cured. Now the hottest days for the zoo are weekends and holidays. Sea lions pool is not available for eyes.