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9 friendly neighbourhood zoo animals celebrating Halloween

Ghosts, goblins and komodo dragons take part in Halloween themed events at zoos around the world.

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Jae Jae, a Sumatran tiger, plays with a carved pumpkin during a Halloween-themed media event at the London Zoo.

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Maggie, a giraffe plays with a carved pumpkin during a Halloween-themed media event at the London Zoo.

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Meerkats play with a carved pumpkin during a Halloween-themed media event at the London Zoo.

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Meerkats look for feed sprinkled around the pumpkins placed in their enclosure, during a Halloween event at the London Zoo.

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Raja the Komodo dragon, pictured during a Halloween media event at the London Zoo.

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Aurora, a two-year-old female polar bear, plays with a pumpkin inside her open air cage during the Zoo Halloween Weekend event at the Royev Ruchey zoo in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

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Glenda, a 7-year-old western lowland gorilla, examines a carved pumpkin at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens.

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Rocky the Raccoon plays with a carved pumpkin at Bristol Zoo, Bristol, England.

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Colin the Red Ruffed Lemur plays with a carved pumpkin at Bristol Zoo, Bristol, England.

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