A new study by The New York Times shows how many zoo-goers are eating a lot of zoo food.
According to the study, about a quarter of the zoo’s annual attendance was eating at least one piece of zoo-related food.
That’s up from 25 percent in 2017.
And a third of those people were eating a total of more than one piece.
The study, which tracked more than 1.5 million visitors to the New York Zoo in 2017, also found that about 6 percent of the visitors were consuming more than 10 ounces of food per day.
The majority of zoo visitors in 2017 ate more than 15 ounces of zoo zoo food per visit.
So it’s a good sign that more people are getting into the zoo game than ever before.
The Times also found out that most of the people who eat at least three pieces of zoo meat every day are male.
And the average age of the average zoo visitor is 40.
There are also more people eating zoo food than ever.
This is a good time to make sure you’re eating at the right place at the correct time.
If you’re a male zoo visitor, check the zoo daily to make certain you’re not getting too hungry.