[CBC뉴스] 에스토니아의 수도 탈린 동물원의 동물들은 최근 에서 눈을 핥고, 장난치며 뛰어다녔다. 오랜만에 내린 눈 외에도, 크리스마스 트리에 숨겨진 간식을 탐구하기도 했다.
Snow licking, frolicking and running around, animals at the Tallinn Zoo recently enjoyed winter weather at the Estonian capital. Apart from the snow blanket, the zoo's residents also curiously explored treats hidden in unused Christmas trees distributed to the zoo after the holidays.
Polar bears rolled in the snow and kicked around their food, even the zoo's camel ate snow from the ground, while an elephant tried to pick up and consume a Christmas tree.
The Tallinn Zoo has remained open for visitors over the winter months but was forced to close its indoor enclosures on Dec. 28 due to coronavirus restrictions.
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