If you think your zoo has too much work, you can try to get a bit more sleep.
According to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, we’ve seen more than 2,000 deaths at U.S. zoos in the last decade.
And while most of these deaths have been linked to heat stroke, the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Ranchers have recommended that zoo staff get enough sleep to avoid overheating.
The American Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the organization that represents zoos around the country, also recommends that staff get at least six hours of sleep per night.
The American College has a similar recommendation for zoo staff.
The APA and APRA both suggest that staff should get at most 12 to 14 hours of nightly sleep, but the APRA suggests that the sleep should be about six hours.
The APA also recommends having a healthy diet and good exercise programs, while APRA says that it’s not always clear what is healthy enough to consume in terms of calories and protein.
While there are many factors to consider when it comes to sleep, it’s important to get some sleep, according to the APA.
It also recommends getting eight to 10 hours of uninterrupted sleep a night, and keeping the alarm clock on all night.
And the APSA says that you should also get a few extra hours of rest.