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Saturday, Apr 16: Like an Animal: The Grazing and Sex Tour

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I don't know about you, but I swear to God, every single time I go to the zoo I'm greeted by an unusual noise. After a brief investigation, I find it's the tortoises doin' it. This causes me to seriously wonder about how often and why tortoises reproduce. Are they worried about their population? Do they want to make a lil' tortoise so when their significant other dies they'll have another creature to look at and be reminded of them? Are they bored? If you ever find yourself wondering about things like this then pull out your agendas, because you're going to be busy learning about how animals are getting busy on Saturday evening. At this adult event (21 and over, folks) at ABQ BioPark Zoo, while you learn about animal sex you can eat some delicious food at different stations all around the zoo. Some of the items on the menu will be chicken tagine with almonds and apricots, harvest blend greens with cucumber, and street tacos with slow cooked carnitas and more. That's right, more. At $50 per ticket, all this food and acquired knowledge are honestly priceless. ABQ BioPark Zoo • Sat Apr 16 • 6-8pm • $50 • 21+ • View on Alibi calendar