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District Line Daily: Zebras Go Extinct

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D.C.'s Department of Transportation will get rid of the zebra barriers that were intended to [...]

This Week’s Page Three Photo

300 Block of 7th Street NW, March 4
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Report: Zebra Attack Of Zookeeper the Result of Human Error

The zookeeper who was bitten by a zebra at the National Zoo last month broke protocol by leaving open the doors from the zebra's barn to the holding area, allowing the animal to enter the holding area and attack him, an investigation into the incident found.
"The animal management protocol states that humans and dangerous animals, such [...]

National Zoo Zebra Bites Zookeeper (Update! And a Gazelle Died!)

A National Zoo zebra got snappy with his zookeeper and bit him this morning. There aren't many details available, but zoo spokeswoman Annalisa Meyer said the zookeeper was conscious but bleeding when he was taken to the hospital this morning.
Zebras are considered dangerous animals, and it's not typical for a zookeeper to enter their enclosures. Meyer [...]