Though most zoos don't allow people to feed the animals, there are no rules against feeding them lines during their daily stand-up routines. Practice animal whispering with todays deal: for $10, you get a one-day admission to Zoo Atlanta (a $20.99 value for ages 12 and up; $15.99 for kids 311, $16.99 for seniors and college students; free for kids younger than 2).
Zoo Atlanta is home to a diverse animal population, including its most recent addition: a female giraffe calf, born July 22, 2011. To figure out what to call the leggy bundle of joy, the zoo is running a random-draw sweepstakes*, set to take place on August 17, which will grant one lucky winner the honor of deciding what will be forever etched onto the license plate of the giraffe's custom vertical stretch limo.
While pondering a longneck name, visitors can take a skip past the Sumatran tiger and American alligator exhibits. Other animal-based pastimes include holding a staring contest with a wise otter or attempting to hypnotize a stoic giant panda. In addition to all their furry and fuzzy friends, the zoo offers a wide variety of shows, shops, and activities to keep guests constantly engaged during their walk through wildlife.
Though Zoo Atlanta sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
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