You Can Now Feed the Giraffes at the L.A. Zoo

The giraffes get food, and the humans get giraffes. Win-win.

We have some important giraffe news, which is always the very best kind of news. In celebration of the L.A. Zoo’s 50th anniversary, kids and adults can now feed the Masai Giraffes. While supervised by staff members, you can give the world’s largest ruminant its favorite snack: leaves. There are six giraffes at the exhibit, including a newborn. Feedings take place every day at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. You an buy your tickets for $5 at the giraffe exhibit right before feeding times. When you’re done, go say hi to Indah, the new tiger.




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