Naked Mole Rat

Naked Mole Rat

Naked mole-rats appear to be bald, but they are not completely hairless. They have sensory whiskers on their face and tail, which allow them to move backward just as quickly as they can move forward.

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Membership
Catering at the Zoo

Sunday, February 12, 2017
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Free for members and with zoo admission
Note: Half-price admission in effect for this event


A variety of the zoo’s animals will receive Valentine’s treats and heart-shaped items (popsicles made with fruit and juice, ice treats with fish or meal worms, meat patties) as part of the zoo’s enrichment program to encourage natural behaviors found in the wild and enhance overall well-being.

Schedule of Events

Activities take place at the animal's exhibit, unless otherwise noted
Schedule subject to change and weather-dependent

10:15    African Lion
10:30    Outdoor Birds
10:45    Gray Wolf
11:00    Amur Tiger
11:15    Red Wolf
11:30    Snow Leopard, Red Panda
11:45    Andean Bear
1:00      Contact Barn Animals
1:15      Lemur, Siamang
1:30      Patas Monkey
1:45      Golden Lion Tamarin, Armadillo
2:00      Clouded Leopard
2:15      Desert Lizard
2:30      Shark Exhibit
2:45      Giant Pacific Octopus

Special thanks to our youth volunteers for helping prepare enrichment items!

 

 

 

 

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