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The animals are also celebrating: At the Ramat Gan safari, Sukkot were established this year in a special format Israel today

2021-09-23T11:39:25.325Z

As every year, this time too the caregivers have created a variety of tents such as a sukkah from the salty plant branches for cherries, edible decorations for tapir and delicious treats for porcupines • More attractions for the holiday: Guided feeding tours, pleasant lighting for night visits and last week



Custom Sukkah:

This year, too, the caretakers of the Ramat Gan safari celebrate Sukkot, with various dozens of animals associated with the holiday symbols.

Pesmon Sukkah, Photo: Photos Chen Khimovich and Lana Wood, Adi Markovich

A special sukkah was built for the chants, whose roof is made of the much-loved salty plant branches.

To eat them they have to put in a little effort, and this effort creates an important challenge for them.

A sukkah was built for Pinchas Hatfir, which includes decorations, most of which can be enjoyed.

And for Amit and Dorit, the caregivers have prepared a sukkah that includes all the most popular foods.

Edible decorations, Photo: Photos Chen Khimovich and Lana Wood, Adi Markovich

Tens of this kind allow the animals to enjoy for a long time an interesting innovation in the yard, and make them get excited about it, sniff and eat.

The innovations that include different foods or interesting smells, and are hidden inside the sukkot or in the thatch, produce stimulation and a great deal of interest.

This is how animals sharpen their senses and natural instincts.

During the Sukkot holiday, you can enjoy safari in Ramat Gan from training stations, guided animal feeding tours, watching various enrichments, and you can enter the safari until 18:00 and stay until 20:00 - and enjoy pleasant night lighting between the garden paths.

Challenge with every bite,

Also, this is the last week where you can enjoy the unique "Wonder Animals from the Land of Mozart" exhibition, which includes eight huge pop-up books that open and tell a story about imaginary animals that have never been seen before, such as the filigree, meerkat, chimpanzee and more.

Source: israelhayom

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