Like it or not, Pokémon GO has conquered the world, Resistance is futile. The operator of the Birmingham Zoo in Alabama to use the popularity of Pokémon-Monster, to the real Animals to draw attention. For further ado the information boards were in front of the enclosures by signs in the form of Pokémon Status Window, we know from the game, substituted. The idea came, After always more people visited the zoo, just to catch Pokémon. To make the visitor the same attention to the animals, a Zoowärterin decided to, the descriptions a little „Pokémon friendly“ to design. The images she invited to a Tumblr-Page high and wrote: „I've decided, jump to the zoo on the train to the Pokémon Go hype. hey, if you can not beat them…“
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