Merry Christmas, Mr. Tiger! How zoo residents opened gifts
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While you and I are building up a New Year's mood and buying hot drinks, the Catholic world is mastering the gifts received for Christmas with might and main. Some, however, had only a few minutes to do this. For example, the Sumatran tiger named Pep from the French zoo did not stand on ceremony with the delicacy. About how Pep and our other younger brothers accepted Christmas gifts - in our collection.
A chimpanzee receives a gift from Santa Claus at the zoo in Palm Beach, Florida.
This menagerie is known for the fact that there is not a single cage in it. All the inhabitants roam freely in the vast fenced areas.
For 20 years, all monkeys have been congratulated on Christmas every year here.
A young lioness was pleased in Hamburg.
Bears Smilia, Alma and Frida, pupils of the Berlin zoo, saw something shiny and delicious smelling.
The tigers from Budapest don't know yet that they will have festive chicken for lunch.
Squirrel monkeys from Paris were handed a vegetable stew.
The Far Eastern leopard, which fate brought to Minnesota, is enjoying dessert - frozen blood of a horse disguised as a Christmas wreath.
And the Inuk polar bear from Singapore has a double holiday. On December 25, he celebrated his 26th birthday. In the photo, the birthday boy defiantly throws away the side dish, not wanting to clog his stomach with any nonsense. After all, the freshest fish is waiting for him!
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The treat is eaten, but the box will do in the household.
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