Zoo Offers Valentine's Day Peek Into Animals' Sex Lives

Vagina monologue plays are in colleges on Valentine’s Day.

The zoos has in the past had a zoo day in which they would babysit the children or use it as a adult fund raiser which was a good way to get contributions but now there is a new twist at some zoos.

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — A Michigan zoo is hosting an exotic, erotic afternoon on Valentine’s Day, when consenting adults will get an unabashed look at how wild animals make babies.
WWMT-TV says the $50-per-couple, adults-only event at Binder Park Zoo — dubbed “Zoorotica” — is sold out and there’s even a waiting list.
Visitors will receive champagne, hors d’oeuvres, a video presentation and a guided tour, including the homes of snow leopards, giraffes, zebras and various primates and reptiles. Some stops will be areas not usually open to the public.
The Battle Creek Enquirer reports that other zoos have offered similar programs — with cute names like “Woo at the Zoo” and “Jungle Love.”

PORTLAND, Ore. – While their parents enjoy an evening of Valentine’s romance, kids can experience the nighttime wonders of the Oregon Zoo during its “I Love the Zoo” overnight.
The special kids-only overnight begins Saturday, Feb. 14, at 5 p.m. and ends Sunday, Feb. 15, at 9:30 a.m.
Kids ages 7 to 13 will receive guided tours, animal visitors and behind-the-scenes peeks. They will also create valentine treats for the animals to receive the following day. Dinner, an evening snack and a continental breakfast are included in the $45-per-child fee.
“Valentine’s Day is an especially appropriate time to teach kids to care about animals and their habitats,” said Tony Vecchio, zoo director. “By educating them in a fun environment, we empower them to respect and protect the world around them.”

mysuburbanlife.com/brookfield/news/x1452247840/Brookfield-Zoo-hosts-Valentine-s-Day-nightBrookfield Zoo will host a “Valentine’s Day Night in the Wild” with cocktails in the dolphin exhibit and a candlelight dinner prepared by the zoo’s executive chef.
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the Seven Seas underwater gallery will kick-off the Valentine’s Day evening. After the cocktail hour, guests will be transported in a heated bus to the Bocaditos Restaurant, where a candlelit dinner will be prepared. The zoo’s executive chef will be making lobster and filet mignon and dessert to follow.
Dancing will commence after dinner and last until midnight. The price is $225 per couple including tax and gratuity. For reservations, visit CZS.org or call the zoo’s catered events department at (708) 688-8355.


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