Brookfield Zoo Animals Get Heart-Shaped Treats For Valentine’s Day

Mark Gonka, a lead keeper for the Chicago Zoological Society offers a heart-shaped ice treat to Tapeko, one of Brookfield Zoo’s bottlenose dolphins, for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day Mark Gonka, a lead keeper for the Chicago Zoological Society offers a heart-shaped ice treat to Tapeko, one of Brookfield Zoo’s bottlenose dolphins, for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
JoJo, a 32-year-old western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo, enjoys a heart-shaped treat for Valentine’s Day. The nutritious cookies are made of ground primate biscuit, oatmeal, bananas, raisins, and peanut butter. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day JoJo, a 32-year-old western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo, enjoys a heart-shaped treat for Valentine’s Day. The nutritious cookies are made of ground primate biscuit, oatmeal, bananas, raisins, and peanut butter. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
JoJo, a 32-year-old western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo, enjoys a heart-shaped treat for Valentine’s Day. The nutritious cookies are made of ground primate biscuit, oatmeal, bananas, raisins, and peanut butter. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day JoJo, a 32-year-old western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo, enjoys a heart-shaped treat for Valentine’s Day. The nutritious cookies are made of ground primate biscuit, oatmeal, bananas, raisins, and peanut butter. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Koola, an 18-year-old western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo, enjoys a heart-shaped treat for Valentine’s Day. The nutritious cookies are made of ground primate biscuit, oatmeal, bananas, raisins, and peanut butter. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day Koola, an 18-year-old western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo, enjoys a heart-shaped treat for Valentine’s Day. The nutritious cookies are made of ground primate biscuit, oatmeal, bananas, raisins, and peanut butter. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo’s grey seals Tasha, 9 (left), and Boone, 9, give their seal of approval for the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats they received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day Brookfield Zoo’s grey seals Tasha, 9 (left), and Boone, 9, give their seal of approval for the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats they received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, seems to enjoy the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, seems to enjoy the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, seems to enjoy the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, seems to enjoy the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, seems to enjoy the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, seems to enjoy the heart-shaped gelatin and ice treats he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, eyes his heart-shaped ice treats that he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
Brookfield Zoo on Valentine's Day Boone, a 9-year-old grey seal at Brookfield Zoo, eyes his heart-shaped ice treats that he received for Valentine’s Day. The Animal Programs staff for the Chicago Zoological Society is always thinking of ways to physically and mentally stimulate the animals at Brookfield Zoo. One way is by providing them with a variety of different enrichment and food items they normally do not receive on a regular basis. Read more about it here... (Credit: Jim Schulz/Chicago Zoological Society)
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