CHICAGO (CBS) — Ring-tailed lemurs at the Brookfield Zoo got their Thanksgiving meal early with a feast of favorites, which resemble what humans would definitely have on the holiday.
The perky primates were wide-eyed in looking at their spread which included the foods they love to eat, holiday or not. According to the zoo, their meals are made with nutritious primate biscuit, apple sauce and honey.READ MORE: After Talking To IDES More Than 40 Times And Not Getting Answers, Suburban Man's Issues With Unemployment Benefits Issues Are Resolved Following CBS 2 Report
Along with the main meal, the lemurs had pumpkin and sweet potato pie with figs and a crust made of the special biscuit, rice cereal, gelatin topped with dried cranberries along with apple juice.READ MORE: Chicago Ridge Residents Have Had It With Repeated Dumping At End Of One Dead-End Street
The lemurs have celebrated Thanksgiving at the zoo for the past six years.
Guests visiting the lemurs on Thanksgiving Day can watch the animals enjoy the festivities. They’re located at the Hamill Family Place Zoo. The zoo is free on Tuesdays and Thursdays through December, including on Thanksgiving Day, but you’ll still have to pay for parking.MORE NEWS: Yates Device -- Developed By Local Doctor's Company -- Employs Lights, Sirens, Cameras To Deter Carjackers