Friday, May 29, 2020

Pass the catsup, please. Oh, not you.

Just like many public places around the world, Izu Shabonten Zoo in Shiznoka, Japan, had to temporarily close due to the pandemic. But on May 16 it reopened with several new measures to keep customers and staff safe. The measure taken in the zoo restaurant is bringing many smiles to diners.

Here, the zoo staff placed stuffed toy animals on some of the seats, encouraging diners to space out among the tables. Several plush creatures are seated throughout the restaurant, but the zoo is especially fond of a native American giant rodent called capybaras. These are at almost every table.

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