ER Editor: See this short report from NBC affiliate KSN.com from August, 2021 – Sedgwick County Zoo to vaccinate some animals against COVID-19. It’s actually difficult to read given what we know about these ‘products’, plus what other regular, OVERPRESCRIBED vaccines are doing to domestic animals, such as the emergence of cancer in cats at the sites where they are injected.
These Zoetis covid injections were due to be rolled out last October. In the story, a vet cited reassuringly tells us that they’ll get ‘animal’ vaccines, not human ones. What does this even mean? Human medical products are used on animals without any variation whatever, with the same uselessness and toxicity. These ‘human’ injections shouldn’t even be given to us, let alone these poor captive creatures. Notice the name of the vaccine – Zoetis. Do they imagine we’re that stupid?
The death of the baby monkey occurred around Dec. 22 2022, the date of the report.
See this cheerleading Big Pharma report on the same practice at the Oakland, CA zoo: Oakland Zoo Begins Vaccinating Animals For COVID-19 With Donated Doses
Notice that the report linked to below, from the Toronto Zoo, claims that ANIMALS ARE RECEIVING THEIR VACCINES VOLUNTARILY. We kid you not.
“According to the zoo, animals are given the choice if they want a vaccine or not.”
This is insane. Peak 🤡 🌎 must be near. https://t.co/4DojX8j8IO
— Joel (@jahoek) April 24, 2022
Died Suddenly: Beloved Baby Chimp Kucheza Found Dead In Mother’s Arms Five Weeks After Video Reunion With Mother Went Viral
The “Covid” Vaccine Administered At Sedgwick County Zoo Is Called “Zoetis;” Was It The Cause?
I’m genuinely sorry to deliver this news if you had not yet read it elsewhere.
I was on the phone with Mark Crispin Miller when shattering news came through, that the five week old baby chimp Kucheza was found dead in his grieving mother’s arms at a Kansas Zoo.
I’d shared the video with you all before. Thanksgiving of Kucheza’s mother Mahale finding her baby under a bright blue blanket and being so overjoyed, the heartwarming clip went viral all over the world.
Not millions, but billions of people watched it, according to the Sedgwick County Zoo.
Is There A Pattern Of Zoo Animals Dying Suddenly Recently?
First, I asked Mark if he thought I should share this immensely sad news with you all, and he said “yes.” I was thinking it was simply too traumatic, and it’s Christmas tomorrow.
Mark pointed out this is a war-front, and one that he and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. had worked on. “Bobby really wanted to include the animals’ stories in the died suddenly project,” Mark said.
We began to talk about “vaccines” and zoo animals, and it turned out Mark had documented the many, many deaths of post-Covid vaccinated Zoo animals as well as race horses. He forwarded me this email, (copied and pasted) that he sent to Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on August 19, enumerating zoo animal deaths as part of a “died suddenly” research project. From Mark’s email:
Here’s my Substack post from Aug. 7, including some of the pieces noted below:
Since then my students have added more:
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/florida-zoo-stingray-dies-b1859504.html?amp – 12 stingrays “died suddenly”, June 4th 2021
Almost a week after 12 stingrays died at ZooTampa at Lowry Park in Florida, zookeepers are still scratching their heads over the cause of their deaths.
Conditions in the tanks were “optimal” at the time, according to zoo staff, and subsequent tests have shown no anomaly or mechanical problem.
The zoo staff had noticed that the stingrays were acting strangely soon after the ZooTampa opened on Thursday 27 May, reported Tampa Bay Times. But it was already too late as veterinary teams rushed to check on them, as all 12 died within an hour.
The 16,000-gallon saltwater touch tank, known as Stingray Bay, housed seven cownose, four southern and one Atlantic stingray, all of whom died suddenly. The three species belong to the same group as sharks with cownose rays being listed as vulnerable on the red list of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
A probe into the equipment and water quality led to no conclusive finding on the death of the fish, Dr Cynthia Stringfield, senior vice president of animal health, conservation and education, was quoted as saying.
Further, the internal investigation has revealed no suggestion of foul play, she said. So far law enforcement agencies are not involved in the investigation.
“We are emotionally exhausted,” Dr Stringfield said. “(Thursday) was just a horrible day. It’s like a day out of your nightmares, pretty much… We’re really focused on trying to get to the bottom of what happened.”
In a statement, the zoo said it was investigating “every possibility” to uncover the cause of death including “toxicology reports” but it may take weeks for all the results to come in.
Dr Stringfield said that the zoo would also be bringing in outside experts to look into the matter.
The zoo authorities first shared the news of the mysterious deaths on its Facebook page, with the post receiving thousands of interactions from people sharing their condolences, or memories from the time they had visited the Stingray Bay.
“We’re just floored by the outpouring of sympathy and support from the community. It’s been amazing and it’s been amazing to see how impactful those animals were for so many people,” Dr Stingfield had told ABC News.
https://dallas.culturemap.com/news/city-life/08-27-21-kirk-dallas-zoo-chimpanzee/ – chimp dies from “surprise heart disease”, August 27th 2021
Another animal has died at The Dallas Zoo, this time a 31-year-old chimpanzee named Kirk, who’d only been at the zoo for three years.
According to a post by the zoo, Kirk died on August 25, when he “suddenly stopped breathing” just before staffers passed by at the end of the day. They tried to revive him but it was too late.
Like most of the animal deaths at the Dallas Zoo, this one took the hapless staff completely by surprise.
“Kirk didn’t show any sign of heart-related illness or distress in the days or weeks leading up to his sudden passing, but a necropsy revealed heart disease as his cause of death,” said the statement from the zoo.
Heart disease is the number one cause of death of chimpanzees, orangutans, and gorillas living in captivity.
The average life expectancy for a male chimpanzee in captivity is 32-and-a-half years old; it’s 40 years for females.
Kirk was transferred to the Dallas Zoo in 2018 when he was 27, to expand their “troop” to nine members, along with his mother Margaret, who was 43. At the time, the zoo described him as “initially a little timid of his big new habitat.”
On his passing, they said he “was known as a sweet chimp who loved to eat carrots and energetically gallop around the habitat.”
What they did not say is that Kirk was born October 30, 1989 at the Fort Worth Zoo, to Margaret and Goliath — who was subsequently relocated to Chattanooga, then to the Potawatomi Zoo in Indiana, where he seems to have fallen out of sight.
Zoos talk a lot about “families,” but appear to have no problem splitting them up or shuffling them around when it suits them.
Kirk represents the second animal death for the Dallas Zoo in 2021, joining a lengthy series of animal deaths that have occurred there:
- Keeya, a 6-year-old Hartmann’s mountain zebra, died in March 2021 due to a mysterious unexplained head injury.
- Subira, a 24-year-old silverback gorilla, died suddenly in March 2020, due to a cough, or maybe cardiovascular disease.
- Hope, a 23-year-old Western lowland gorilla, died suddenly in November 2019 after being at the zoo for only two years.
- Ola, an 8-year-old female African painted dog, was killed in July 2019 by two other painted dogs, less than a month after she was transferred to the zoo.
- Witten, a 1-year-old giraffe, died in June 2019 during a physical exam under anesthesia when he suddenly stopped breathing.
- Adhama, a baby hippopotamus, mysteriously died in 2018.
- Kipenzi, a baby giraffe, died in 2015 after running in her enclosure.
- Kamau, a young cheetah, died of pneumonia in 2014.
- Johari, a female lion, was killed in front of zoo spectators in 2013 by male lions with whom she shared an enclosure.
And in February, they lost a crow called Onyx who was part of their “animal ambassador team,” “participating in a training session” for a bird show. He was never found. Maybe don’t use animals as ambassadors or make them participate in shows? Seems like an obvious thing you wouldn’t need to tell an organization that cares for animals.
In prototypical form, the Dallas Zoo made Kirk’s death all about them, and not about the animal, stating, “Please keep our Zoo family in your thoughts, especially the primate team, as we mourn this sudden loss.”
https://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Utica-Zoo-s-adored-red-panda-dies-unexpectedly-16532076.php – red panda dies unexpectedly, October 14th 2021
https://www.washingtonpost.com/science/2021/11/14/snow-leopard-death-covid/ – 3 snow leopards die from Covid in Nebraska, November 14th 2021
https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/heartbreak-much-loved-beautiful-animal-23272773.amp – jaguar dies overnight and suddenly at zoo in Chester, March 1st 2022
From March 2021:
“Colchester Zoo [UK] says it will not be vaccinating its apes “at this stage” following reports some at a US zoo received Covid-19 vaccines made for animals.
𝗢𝗿𝗮𝗻𝗴𝘂𝘁𝗮𝗻𝘀 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗯𝗼𝗻𝗼𝗯𝗼𝘀 𝗮𝘁 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗦𝗮𝗻 𝗗𝗶𝗲𝗴𝗼 𝗭𝗼𝗼 𝗿𝗲𝗰𝗲𝗶𝘃𝗲𝗱 𝗮 𝗰𝗼𝗿𝗼𝗻𝗮𝘃𝗶𝗿𝘂𝘀 𝘃𝗮𝗰𝗰𝗶𝗻𝗲 𝗮𝗳𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝘀𝗼𝗺𝗲 𝘇𝗼𝗼 𝗴𝗼𝗿𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗮𝘀 𝘁𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗱 𝗽𝗼𝘀𝗶𝘁𝗶𝘃𝗲 𝗳𝗼𝗿 𝗖𝗼𝘃𝗶𝗱-𝟭𝟵 𝗶𝗻 𝗝𝗮𝗻𝘂𝗮𝗿𝘆.
The jabs were given to the great apes after drug company Zoetis said it received a request for emergency doses after coughing gorillas tested positive for coronavirus. (ER: Using a PCR test???)
The animals – five bonobos and four orangutans – have been given two jabs, authorities confirmed.
It turned out they had contracted Covid-19 from an asymptomatic keeper, raising fears that apes could be particularly vulnerable to coronavirus. (ER: oh, that narrative again!)
But the gibbons, chimpanzees and orangutans – the apes at Colchester Zoo – will not be vaccinated “at this stage”.
The zoo said it is focusing on procedures to help prevent transmission.
A spokesman said: “We have a risk assessment in place of which all the keepers are aware of and they know to take additional precautions when working with their animals.”
Found another one. Diagnosed recently with liver issues and died.
“Columbus Zoo gives animals COVID vaccines – Axios Columbus” https://www.axios.com/local/columbus/2021/11/08/columbus-ohio-zoo-vaccinates-animals-covid-19
“Tiger dies after contracting COVID at Ohio zoo – https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/tiger-dies-after-contracting-covid-columbus-zoo-ohio-jupiter/
Zoo Claims Animals Receiving COVID Vaccine of Their Own Free Will: ‘These Are Voluntary Inoculations’ (ER: This is the Toronto zoo)
Mark’s Substack post on animal deaths here.
Did The Sedgwick County Zoo “vaccinate” its Animals?
Yes, it did.
This article reveals that they began to administer the “Zoetis” covid vaccine for animals, in October of 2021, and it would definitely be given to big cats and great apes.
From the article:
“As for administering the vaccine, most of the animals are trained to receive hand injections.
“So, the animal comes over, and they’ll sit down, probably get rewarded, and then the technician can go ahead and administer the vaccine,” said Dr. Ceccolini.
“The zoo is expected to receive the vaccines in October.”
It strikes a very off-key note that the Sedgwick County zoo has begun to take donations, from devastated people around the world.
One of the things the zoo expressed that they do for the public is, to educate us about chimpanzees and “…the dangers they face in the wild.” (ER: We’d laugh if it weren’t so disgusting.)
Webcams Are Evil
Plug in “Webcams and Zoos” at YouTube and you will be taken to videos of various zoo animals “live,” inevitably with a “Fundraising” button is the right shade of green, to trigger your “save the whales” instincts. Like this one:
This burgeoning business of “webcams” is, in my opinion, an evil scam in which zoos violate the privacy of animals (their hostages) and exploit their beauty and purity, for profit. They induce us to bond with these captive animals, who I don’t doubt they love, and who are named: They often get “webcam” viral events going around pregnant animals. Put in “Giraffe web cam births” in YouTube and you will see how many there are just for giraffes. This one was sponsored by ToysAre Us:
Baby Kucheza’s death will perhaps hobble this emerging industry (zoos and webcams.) Maybe people will be reluctant to bond with animals via webcam that will later “die suddenly.”
Mark feels we should all confront the Sedgwick County Zoo—and try to hold them accountable, at the very least tell the world the truth about both the mother and the baby’s “vaccination” history. I agree, let’s call them.
One clarification: I have sympathy for the staff—it’s not their fault and this is a massive trauma for them. They can be heard crying in the background of some videos that have been published. One heard on the video how genuinely happy they were to reunite Mahale with Kucheza 5 weeks ago.
The ones responsible are the animal vaccine profiteers, and zealots, such as Dr. Ceccolini, quoted above.
We also will need whistleblowers from zoos to come forward.
Featured image, injected ferret: https://www.cbsnews.com/sanfrancisco/news/oakland-zoo-vaccinating-animals-covid-coronavirus/
Featured image, canine Zoetis: https://www2.zoetisus.com/products/dogs/vanguard/vanguard-canine-cv
Featured image, baby chimpanzee: https://www.ksn.com/news/local/zoos-beloved-baby-chimpanzee-has-died/
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