Lincoln Park Zoo answers ‘Dumb Questions for Smart People:’ Where do they get their animals, how to decide on new species to house, and more!

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A four day old Grevy’s zebra stands with her mother Adia in their habitat at the Lincoln Park Zoo Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in Chicago. The zebra is native to eastern Africa and is endangered in the wild because of hunting and habitat loss. Lincoln Park Zoo is part of a nationwide conservation effort to save the animals. (AP Photo/Teresa Crawford)

Lincoln Park Zoo General Curator Dave Bernier joins Jon Hansen for a round of “Dumb Questions for Smart People.” That includes how the zoo determines which new species they’ll house, how endangered species reproduce, where their budgeting originates and more.

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