The family of a famous zookeeper and wildlife conservationist confirmed the news
new York- Jack Hanna is a famous zookeeper and wildlife conservationist. His family said yesterday that he was diagnosed with dementia. The former head of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium will retire from public life.
Hannah’s three daughters Catherine, Susanna and Julie announced their 74-year-old father’s diagnosis in a letter posted on social media. The doctor believed that his condition was faster than expected and it was Alzheimer’s disease.
His daughter wrote: “Although the father can no longer travel and work in the same way, we know that his enthusiasm for infection has touched many people and will continue to be his legacy.”
Hannah (also known as “Jungle Jack”) became a famous wildlife expert by serving as the head of the Columbus Zoo, a position he held from 1978 to 1992, and because of his frequent appearance in the media And very popular. On late-night talk shows, he often shows the animals he works with to the public.