We loved feeding the bears from inexpensive bowls of canteloupe and sweet potatoes. We tossed the food down from our perch and aimed for the bear with the cutest tricks. I liked the one who looked like he was clasping his paws in prayer. They seemed to take turns most of the time. We have so much video of this particular activity. Then there were the lions and tigers! We got to climb into a mobile cage and drive through the tiger quarters. The zoo keeper would hand us a stick, like a skewer, with a piece of meat or a chicken leg stuck onto it. We were instructed to hold it out for the tiger. It was a bit creepy having the tiger breathing on you, but also exhilarating . Once again, the tigers seem to have the routine down pat. They seem to take turns getting fed. This exhibit took maybe 20 minutes and well worth the money. Later, as we observed the tigers from a distance, it was fun to see them lie in wait for the next "meat wagon" to come around. We missed the Elephant trunk rides much to the dismay of our daughter.
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