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Teenie Weenie Broccolini
Teenie Weenie Broccolini
Our Price: $5.00

A balanced diet starts with heathy greens—and Lincoln Park Zoo’s Diana monkeys love gourmet broccoli morsels! Zookeepers strategically place broccoli in the monkeys’ habitat to encourage natural foraging behavior while providing a tasty and healthy snack. Share nutritious and delicious broccoli with the Diana monkey family for the New Year! more info
Black Is the New Black
Black Is the New Black
Our Price: $7.00

Fresh leaves and plants are the perfect treats for Francois’ langurs. These acrobatic herbivores will savor a nourishing meal of leafy and delicious browse. more info
Toast to the New Year
Toast to the New Year
Our Price: $7.00

Zookeepers use wheat bread for training, medication delivery, and as a dietary supplement for a variety of animals at the zoo. From training kangaroos and medicating rhinos to making peanut butter ‘sandwiches’ that help the gibbons gain weight, you can share the upper crust of versatile animal care supplements with a purchase of wheat bread! more info
Looking Sharp!
Looking Sharp!
Our Price: $9.00

The lesser Madagascar hedgehog tenrec’s quills are for more than show—these sharp spines serve as a defense mechanism against predators. At Lincoln Park Zoo, the tenrecs enjoy a vast array of produce, insects, and fruit. Don’t be prickly, share veggies with the tenrecs! more info
Here We 'Goat' Again!
Here We 'Goat' Again!
Our Price: $9.00

A wobbly weeto is an oblong ball that bobs back and forth when the goats at Farm-in-the-Zoo push and bump into it. The weeto can be filled with treats for an extra surprise! Gift a weeto to the tribe for frolicking fun. more info
Another One Bites the Dust
Another One Bites the Dust
Our Price: $10.00

Prehensile-tailed skinks are arboreal reptiles that feed mainly on leaves and insects among the trees. At Lincoln Park Zoo, zookeepers dust insects with a fine calcium powder for supplemental nutrition. Contribute a collection of creepy crawlers for the skinks to snack on!
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2020 Perfect Vision
2020 Perfect Vision
Our Price: $11.00

The spectacled caiman is named for the bony ridge between its eyes, which resembles a pair of glasses, but it doesn’t take 20/20 vision to see how much Lincoln Park Zoo’s spectacled caimans love rodents for lunch! Don’t let the opportunity pass you by. Share some rodents today! more info
New Year, New 'Crew'
New Year, New 'Crew'
Our Price: $11.00

This past November, Lincoln Park Zoo welcomed three meerkats to our mob— Queen, Alanis, and Miranda! A great way to keep the meerkats active and exploring is with honeycomb feeders. These feeders allow keepers to conceal treats and encourage problem-solving among the curious crew. Share a sweet new enrichment item with the growing group! more info
Macaque Beauty Hack
Macaque Beauty Hack
Our Price: $12.00

Lincoln Park Zoo’s Japanese macaques are highly intelligent animals. Zoo scientists observe complex primate cognition and social behaviors through operant training sessions and interactions among the troop. Contribute to our observations—and theirs—with a Looky Lou plastic mirror. more info
The World Is Your Oyster
The World Is Your Oyster
Our Price: $12.00

Reaching up to nine feet tall and 285 pounds, the ostrich is the largest living bird and the fastest bird on land. To ensure proper nutrition for these brawny birds, Lincoln Park Zoo provides a diet of seeds and plants, and supplements their daily fare with oyster shells to boost calcium intake. Don’t be “shellfish,” shell out some oyster shells for the ostrich herd! more info
So'fish'ticated!
So'fish'ticated!
Our Price: $13.00

Regulating the temperatures within habitats is critical for the health of reptile and amphibian inhabitants at Lincoln Park Zoo. Help monitor their climate-controlled worlds with a high-tech, Bluetooth temperature sensor! more info