Synopsis: When a strange virus quickly spreads through a safari park and turns all the zoo animals undead, those left in the park must stop the creatures before they escape and zombify the whole city.
87 min

the zoo is open to the public.

But for right now

we are still private.

And I do not want any of our secrets

to be put out there on social media.

So, come on.

Thank you.


It's not like I'm cutting of

your arms you guys.

I'd rather you do that.

This is my stop!

- Slow down!

- Sorry. My name is Ricky,

and I want to run

my own Aviary one day.

Don't we all?

Are you firing me and

replacing me with this kid?

No. It's intern orientation day.

But I don't need an intern.

No, but the zoo does.

And the education subsidiary

financing that comes with it.

Nice shirt.

Are the raptor hawks in there?

And saker falcons?

What about a hooded vulture?

We have just about everything

but a partridge in a pear tree.

What do you have against them?

They're not endangered.

All the birds in our Aviary are.

Are these the new recruits?

Hey! Would you like me

to introduce you to them?

I don't have time. Rex sent me out

to check an alarm at the vet clinic.

Anything I should be concerned about?

If we all got worried every time Dr. Gordon

accidentally tripped the panic button,

we'd all have ulcers.

Okay, well let me know if anything's wrong!

The birds are important to us,

we keep them captive and

away from the other animals for a reason.

Some of these birds are

the only ones left alive on the planet.

I can't wait to see what they eat.

I just may feed you to them

if you don't calm down.

So, Amber.

What is a young Republican

like yourself doing in a place like this?

I cannot believe she took our phones.

I mean, my mom is

gonna freak if she can't get a hold of me.

What are you doing here?

I thought you were a poli sci major?

I am.

But homeless people scare me

and I'm allergic to babies,

so this is my only option.

Wait? What?

Okay, our intern supervisor,

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