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Saved by the Bell!
Saved by the Bell!
Our Price: $6.00

On land or in the depths of the pool, seals are highly motivated to explore and investigate their surroundings. To encourage their curious nature, keepers use kettlebells to weigh down puzzle feeders and other enrichment to create new and exciting underwater environments and foraging opportunities. Don’t resist the urge to help submerge seal enrichment with a kettlebell today!
Hall Monitor Reporting for Duty!
Hall Monitor Reporting for Duty!
Our Price: $8.00

As a carnivorous lizard, the black tree monitor eats small mammals, eggs, and other lizards in the wild. At Lincoln Park Zoo, insects are an equally savory snack! Don’t take a pass on insect snacks!
School Spirit
School Spirit
Our Price: $8.00

Not all enrichment arrives looking like it came from a wild forest. Zookeepers use non-toxic spray paint to camouflage these items, and provide enrichment and surroundings reminiscent of their natural environment. Ensure that new enrichment devices channel the spirit of the jungle with a share of spray paint!
Chicks and Balances
Chicks and Balances
Our Price: $10.00

Help the Chilean flamingos hatch healthy chicks! Incubator thermometers give Animal Care staff precise temperature and humidity measurements for developing eggs. Don’t resist; check an incubator off your supplies list!
Cafeteria Trays for Entrees
Cafeteria Trays for Entrees
Our Price: $10.00

At Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House, keepers use Rubbermaid bins to transfer dozens of meals from the prep room to animal exhibits daily. Supply the means to deliver the greens, and other snacks, to all our residents!
What Did You "Tern" in School Today?
What Did You "Tern" in School Today?
Our Price: $11.00

Learning complex skills requires the utmost focus, and the Inca tern’s abilities are no different. The tern targets prey from great heights and dives swiftly to snatch fish or insects. Fuel the Inca tern with a share of mouthwatering mealworms today!
Shooting for Straight A's
Shooting for Straight A's
Our Price: $12.00

For inquisitive species like De Brazza’s monkeys, Lincoln Park Zoo keepers hang a Brain Teaser Feeder just outside the mesh of their habitat to pique their curiosity. This clear case displays the tasty snacks within, but requires the monkeys to slide back a panel to access the food. Push the De Brazza’s monkeys to use their noggin with a Brain Teaser Feeder!
Crowns for the Homecoming Royalty
Crowns for the Homecoming Royalty
Our Price: $13.00

No jewels required for this royalty! Named for the crown-shaped, orange pattern of fur above its brow, crowned lemurs enjoy climbing, exploring, and lounging among the various features in their exhibit. Keepers use prima rockers—durable half-domes with handles—to provide a cozy space for the royalty to rock around. Give the lemurs a taste of the life of luxury with a prima rocker!
Elementary, My Dear Watson!
Elementary, My Dear Watson!
Our Price: $15.00

When curious ponies at Farm-In-The-Zoo encounter a wobby Weeble, they can’t help but investigate! This tall, plastic, pill-shaped enrichment item tips and teeters, but never falls over. Encourage sleuthing behavior with a Weeble!
From A to Chimpanzee
From A to Chimpanzee
Our Price: $17.00

Chimpanzees are highly intelligent primates renowned for tool use. The zoo’s troop uses thin, flexible branches to dig out honey, ketchup, and peanut butter from specially designed feeder tubes—similar to the way wild chimpanzees extract insects from real termite mounds. Help keep the feeders stocked with sticky, savory honey!