Posted November 05, 2019 12:19:58Zoo season 4 of South Carolina’s Zoos and Aquariums will begin its 2017-2018 season with a zoo scavenger hunt, and fans of the show are eager to see what the animals will find.
According to the South Carolina Zoo, the scavenger hunts will take place at the Zoos of South and Central South Carolina, in conjunction with the South by Southwest festival, in March and April.
Zoos will be allowed to choose from the following animals for their “Zoo Season 4” scavenger hunting:Alfred the Grey Squirrel, a common to the Savannah Zoo, will compete in the hunt with the red squirrel, and the white squirrel.
Alive animals from the Savannah zoo will also be on hand for the scavenging hunt.
Alaskan huskies, which can be found at the zoo, will be part of the scavengers, and a female, named Shiloh, will accompany the animals.
Alas, it won’t be easy for the animals to compete against the animals from other zoos.
The South Carolina Zoological Society has issued a statement on their website that said, “Due to the fact that we are currently on the hunt for Alaskan Huskies, it will not be possible to compete in this scavenger Hunt.
The huskies will be competing against other Alaskans.
They will also not be allowed into the Zoo for the duration of the competition.
Alaskas are native to Alaska and can be difficult to train and maintain, so we ask that you please keep this in mind before entering.”
The South by Southern California has issued the same statement.
They said that “the huskies cannot compete with other Als, which would be unfortunate.
The Huskies are also not permitted to enter the Zoo during the period of the festival and the festival will be held from March 4-8.
We will be updating this information as it becomes available.”
Zoos of Tennessee, the state that hosts the Savannah Zoological Museum, will host the scavenge.
There will be two-hour sessions each day of the hunt, which will take up to six hours.
The first session will take approximately 45 minutes to complete, and each session will be followed by a two-minute break.
The zoo is hoping to reach 500 animals during the hunt.
If you’re in the area and can’t make it to the zoo during the scavenges, you can find other local zoos and aquariums to help.
The Southern California Zoo will host their own scavenger game at the end of the season.
For those that can’t travel to the Zoo, fans can catch up with the season on their smartphones and tablets at this link.