Wilhelma zoological and botanical gardens has unleashed an unusual offering for some of the animals it hosts — Christmas presents. The venue in Stuttgart has more than 2 million visitors annually.
There was no monkeying around at a zoo in Stuttgart, southern Germany, as a number of apes were given presents on Christmas Day.
Arms were outstretched as the apes, who were by no means bamboozled by the event, gleefully received their gifts which included popcorn, raisins and apple rings.
The bonobos and orangutans went crackers for their Christmas delights that were tied up tight and concealed in newspaper on the inside.