I don't think they'd be able to add animals from northern Canada because of that reason. But I imagine there's animals from southern Canada/the northern US that would be fine, especially if they designed the habitats in a suitable manner.I always wonder (and this is true of any zoo in the south)—are animals that have evolved to live in the arctic healthy when it’s over 90 degrees for 6 months of the year?
That's not what I implied at all, I even included city folk in the same sentence. But the reality is that there's lots of people who don't get to experience stuff like that even if they want to. I'm speaking from personal experience, as I'd love to visit those places but haven't had the opportunities to do that yet.Way to reinforce the ridiculous trope that midwesterners are a bunch of hicks who are so unsophisticated they can't be bothered to travel outside their tiny bubbles. Good lord.