Images: Easter at the Zoo!

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Mine, All Mine

Credit: Clyde Nishimura, Smithsonian's National Zoo.
Residents of the Smithsonian National Zoo's Small Animal House got some sweet surprises ahead of the Easter holiday. Keepers prepared special "enrichment"…Read More »

treats for the animals, which can be snacks, toys or simply nicely-scented treats designed to provide a stimulating environment.

A prehensile-tailed porcupine guards a tasty treasure.

These nocturnal, tree-dwelling rodents, native to Central and South America, use their long tails for hanging and grasping.    Less «

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