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Willow park too close to the public earlier this month to help slow the spread of the corona virus now of course the longer the zoo is closed critical funding is lost for the nearly one thousand animals in its care a relief fund has now been set up Tracy Taylor explained for more than one hundred years woodland park zoo has been an anchor for the Pacific Northwest community the loss of the current revenue is unbelievable so far in March this is the last one