"One couple saw the lorikeet sign in front of the exhibit and stopped playing Pokémon Go just to look at it and told me it was 'so cool!'," she said. "I’ve seen a lot of kids really enjoy the signs and many adults have connected with them as well. I’ll often see them on their phone playing the game, then notice the sign and get excited."
It's not the only time that Pokémon Go has been used for good, but another example of people making the most of the cultural moment to connect with people and places. She mentions at Zookeeper Problems that she hasn't released a template for the signs yet, but if Pokémon Go doesn't start to fade from public view, maybe she can share it with other zookeepers so there are some proper labels out there for that sleeping
Snorlax polar bear that's just out of view.