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  • Why you see toys and a bubble machine in Zoo Boise's exhibits

    When feeding animals in Zoo Boise, zookeepers hide food in toys to encourage their natural behaviors. As part of the zoo's Enrichment Program, they also use a bubble machine to see how animals will interact with bubbles.

When feeding animals in Zoo Boise, zookeepers hide food in toys to encourage their natural behaviors. As part of the zoo's Enrichment Program, they also use a bubble machine to see how animals will interact with bubbles. Yuqing Zhu yzhu@mcclatchy.com
When feeding animals in Zoo Boise, zookeepers hide food in toys to encourage their natural behaviors. As part of the zoo's Enrichment Program, they also use a bubble machine to see how animals will interact with bubbles. Yuqing Zhu yzhu@mcclatchy.com

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