The Chaffee Zoo Celebrates Cinco De Mayo
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Animals at Fresno's Chaffee Zoo are celebrating Cinco De Mayo a little early and for them, it's all about the food.
Zookeepers gave animals handmade piñatas Sunday, filled with some of their favorite treats.
And while the orangutans had no problem getting inside their colorful boxes, the siamangs in the same exhibit seemed to have more fun eating the paper itself.
The Cinco De Mayo piñatas are part of the zoo's enrichment program designed to stimulate natural behavior in the animals.
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