For $25, you can buy a roach-shaped chocolate for your sweetie. Each "cocoa-roach" is a 100 percent solid dark chocolate likeness of a Madagascar hissing cockroach.
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Credit: WCS/Bronx Zoo
The chocolate roaches are hand-crafted by chocolatier Sabrina Berkowitz of The Chocolate Box NYC (Cocoa-roaches are NOT chocolate-covered roaches).
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Cub 2 Go
Credit: Zoo Atlanta
There are other ways to name a zoo animal after your loved one. At Zoo Atlanta, anyone can sponsor a tiger or panda cub for $75, and receive a …Read More »
Cub-To-Go box for their Valentine. The Cub-To-Go boxes come with a cuddly plush version of their sponsored cub.
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Credit: Audubon Institute
At the Audubon Society, lovers of flying critters can make an adoption, too: A stuffed ladybug that buzzes when you squeeze it can be all yours for $35.
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Credit: National Zoo
The National Zoo in Washington, D.C., is offering
Critter Cupids this year. For $10, name a naked mole rat or a cuttlefish after your loved one. For $20 you can name an exotic animal such as the oriental fire-bellied toad. Oh, and you can also name a cockroach after a loved one here, too. Less «
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