Stuck at home, you can still explore the zoo online with Assemblyman Parker Space during coronavirus closures
TRENTON, N.J. – As school children and parents adjust to staying home during the coronavirus pandemic, which has closed schools and businesses across New Jersey, Assemblyman Parker Space wanted to share a behind-the-scenes look at his life running a zoo in New Jersey.
Watch: Space gives zoo tour
“Without the governor giving us any real timeline, we’re all focused on what will happen while this shutdown continues,” said Space (R-Sussex). “So, I thought it would be fun to bring the zoo to people stuck at home and provide some relief from the daily barraged of coronavirus news.”