Today I watched The Zoo, S5, E1 where they talked about 5 tigers having gotten Covid. I guess I thought they had 2 tigers: 1 Malayan, 1 Amur. Maybe 4 (male/female of each.) Maybe a couple babies, also? Which leads to my question. Do zoos have animals (maybe rotating male/female where in the wild they don't live together) on exhibit all day? If not, other than for segregation by sex where appropriate) WHY NOT? I guess I would like to believe that animals live in as natural conditions as possible for as long as possible each day. Bad enough to be caged at night and in winter. Maybe some animals don't mind it. But certainly primates must? I don't know the answers but would love some answers. Please understand that, while I appreciate what reputable zoos do to preserve species, and I would love if every animal could die without fear or pain, I also worry about wild animals being happy in cages.