Ads Top

Animals Perform Tricks for Halloween

Zoos around Europe put carved pumpkins in animal enclosures to see what would happen. Here is what happened.

Ingrid-a-Siberian-Tiger-w-004

Siberian tiger Ingrid and her four-month-old cubs, Rosa (left) and Zaria, investigate a pumpkin at Port Lympne wild animal park in Kent

Rosa-a-4-month-old-Siberi-003

Rosa pounces on the pumpkin

Blossom-the-chimp-eyes-up-007

Chimpanzee Blossom eyes up a pumpkin in her enclosure at Blair Drummond safari park in Scotland

Halloween-for-Foufou-a-We-012

Foufou, a western lowland gorilla, with her two-year-old baby Louna, plays with a pumpkin at Port Lympne wild animal park

A-ring-tailed-lemur-002

A ring-tailed lemur inspects a pumpkin at the Bioparco zoo in Rome, Italy

Halloween-at-Nyiregyhaza--008

A northern plains grey langur plays with a carved pumpkin at Nyiregyhaza animal park in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary

Enjoying-a-pumpkin-Japane-010

A Japanese macaque plays with a pumpkin at the Bioparco zoo

Japanese-macaques-enjoy-p-001

Japanese macaques sit above a pumpkin at the Bioparco zoo

Orangutans-celebrate-Hall-009

An orangutan nibbles a pumpkin at the Tierpark Hagenbeck in Hamburg, Germany

enjoying-a-pumpkin-A-red--011

A red-crowned crane, also called a Japanese crane or Manchurian crane, takes a bite from a Halloween pumpkin at Nyiregyhaza animal park

A-orangutan-female-eats-a-005

An orangutan eats a pumkin in her enclosure in the Tierpark Hagenbeck

Two-orangutans-share-a-pu-006

Two orangutans share a pumkin in their enclosure in the Tierpark Hagenbeck

[via The Guardian]

No comments:

Ads bottom

Powered by Blogger.