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Snow Monkey

Snow Monkey

Ricky

Ricky is a 2-year-old Japanese Macaque, or Snow Monkey. Japanese Macaques are the northern most living non-human primate. They are built for cold temperatures, and have a dense coat and short fingers to help prevent frostbite. Japanese Macaques live in groups and are one of the only species that washes their food before eating it, like raccoons and humans. Snow Monkeys have a variety of different sounds they love to use to communicate with one another. Ricky is the bravest out of his siblings. He loves to swim and try new enrichment activities. His favorite snacks are bananas, grapes and nuts. On the days they are inside, you can find Ricky watching ‘The Wiggles’ or ‘Babe’.

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$100:

  • 2 Admission Passes to Great Plains Zoo
  • Animal Fact Sheet
  • Certificate of Adoption

$250:

  • 4 Admission Passes to Great Plains Zoo
  • Animal Fact Sheet
  • 5x7 Color Photo
  • Certificate of Adoption

$500:

  • 6 Admission Passes to Great Plains Zoo
  • Animal Fact Sheet
  • 5x7 Color Photo
  • Certificate of Adoption

$1,000:

  • 8 Admission Passes to Great Plains Zoo
  • Animal Fact Sheet
  • 5x7 Color Photo
  • Certificate of Adoption
  • Education Zoo Tour (up to 8 people, booked in advance with Education Department)

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