First thing that came to my pedantic mind is, they classed frogs as reptiles??
Second thought was a zoo doco on happenings at Australian zoos, I saw about... oh prob nearly 20 years ago, but still long after behavioural training had become reasonably well known... Wasn't as if behavioural psyche & operant conditioning were new ideas then, zoos already used the theory/practice on big cats & sea mammals for eg... They were transferring some female zebra from one open plains zoo to another. They brought the zebras in to a small paddock about a month before the transport date, to 'get them used to stuff' - I thought cool! We're going to see them train them & desensitise them to going into a float, etc. Why would they not do that??
They did nothing of the sort, only 'desensitised' them to having people in close proximity & being driven through runs. They then measured the animals, and built solid ply boxes, to be a rather close fit for each animal, so they could be put in the boxes but they couldn't move around in them. When it came time to get the vet to tranquilise the animals, they knocked them out, dragged them onto a sheet of ply & slid them, drawer-like into the boxes. Stood them up & loaded onto a truck. The animals were slumped in the bottom of the boxes then, but should have woken soon after & just had enough space to stand up. Unfortunately when they knocked out one of the mares, she couldn't be slid into her box - it was found she was heavily pregnant & was a lot wider than when they measured her. What do you suppose they did?? I was horrified to see, they got more people, to push & prod & literally squeeze her into the box!! She was jammed in. Apparently when the truckie stopped after a few hrs(was something like 12 hr journey between zoos), he found the distressed mare in foal, still jammed, unable to stand or move. I forget the details, but they were all shocked at the zoo to learn she & her foal died before the truckie could get appropriate help to get her out!
...And when I(and apparently many others) wrote letters of horror at their treatment, we got condescending replies, telling us that zebras were not horses, could not be transported in horse trailers or trucks, that it was obvious the people who wrote to express horror did not appreciate that zebs were 'wild animals' & could not be trained or domesticated, and what they did was 'world's best practice'(!!)
Anyway, my (as usual long winded) way of saying, that info should be sent... on a big billboard... to that zoo!
One thing though, without the use of punishers, I'd be interested to hear of ways of training snakes - an animal that only eats once every 3 weeks or so, doesn't actively like being touched....? My daughter's snakes are... resigned to being handled(& they do seem to be a lot more keen to be picked up by her, as she is the regular 'keeper' & she takes them outside frequently, to enjoy 'naycha', which they do seem to enjoy. But with the only obvious motivator being a fat rat dangled in front of them 3-weekly... how would you train them?