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Symbolically Adopt an Animal from Sanctuary Asia for Christmas

November 7 @ 8:00 am - December 31 @ 5:00 pm

SYMBOLICALLY ADOPT AN ANIMAL FROM SANCTUARY ASIA FOR CHRISTMAS

Share your love of wildlife with everyone on your list with a gift of an animal adoption. This year, guests can choose between four iconic species from the Zoo’s newly opened Sanctuary Asia habitat: Indian rhino, Asian elephant, red panda or Komodo dragon. Net proceeds from each animal adoption benefit The Oklahoma Zoological Society, which helps spread the love to all the OKC Zoo’s animals by providing important funding for their daily care needs and animal enrichment items. There are now three different levels of animal adoptions:

·         $40 Classic Edition – Certificate of Adoption and name recognition on www.ZOOfriends.org

·         $60 Limited Edition – Plush animal, certificate of adoption, fact sheet, animal photo and name recognition
on www.ZOOfriends.org    

·         $100 Deluxe Edition – Plush animal, certificate of adoption, fact sheet, animal photo, ZOOfriends cinch bag, and two General Admission tickets to the OKC Zoo, and name recognition on www.ZOOfriends.org

Additionally, a special Pygmy Hippo Deluxe Edition package includes a pygmy hippo plush, adoption certificate, online name recognition, pygmy hippo fact sheet, OKC Zoo canvas tote, two OKC Zoo general admission tickets, a postcard autographed by Gayla Peevey and a t-shirt commemorating the 65thAnniversary of Gayla’s iconic “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” hit song. Net Proceeds from the Pygmy Hippo Deluxe Edition package will benefit the Zoological Society of London’s pygmy hippo conservation efforts.

To adopt your animal, call (405) 425-0618, or stop by the ZOOfriends’ membership office located in the Zoo’s Global Plaza, open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Details

Start:
November 7 @ 8:00 am
End:
December 31 @ 5:00 pm
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Venue

Oklahoma City Zoo
2000 Remington Place
Oklahoma City, OK 73111 United States
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Phone:
(405) 424-3344
Website:
http://www.okczoo.org