Orlando's Gatorland attraction, closed since March due to the coronavirus, is doing much more than hoping guests follow social distancing recommendations when the park reopens.
That's why they've released a "Social Distancing Skunk Ape" to show that getting too close to other people right now really stinks.The park hasn't announced a reopening date yet, but says it's happening "very soon," once state and local authorities give the go-ahead. Last week, Gatorland released an extensive list of ways they plan to enforce safety measures when they are allowed to welcome members of the public again.
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