Among the things (Genevieve) Chandler, 30, and her date learned on their “Wild at Heart” zoo tour: Male pigs have a unique corkscrew endowment and impressive, um, output; manatees have orgies and don’t really care if their partners are male or female; and a male porcupine has only one four-hour window a year to mate — very carefully, of course.
Valentine’s Day is the time of year when zoos around the nation seek to woo a new adult audience with risque tours that couple champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries and candlelight dining with impressive facts about how animals do the wild thing.
... San Francisco calls it “Woo at the Zoo.” New York City’s Central Park Zoo calls it “Jungle Love.” Zoo marketing folks in Boise, Idaho, named the tour “Wild Love at the Zoo.”
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
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