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Have you ever wondered what reindeer do on the 364 days of the year when they’re not taking flight with Santa Claus? Now you can sneak a peek, with the Como Zoo’s Reindeer Cam.
The Minnesota zoo has partnered with Animal Planet Live to bring you 24/7 action from the home of its three reindeer.
The big guy himself will even make a cameo at noon CDT on Dec. 11, 18 and 23 to feed these important members of his team.
“We’ve noticed that people really seem to have an affinity for reindeer this time of year, and now we have a great opportunity to show everyone that there are so many reasons to be fascinated by their behavior and adaptations. They’re more than just Santa’s helpers,” said Michelle Furrer, the zoo’s director.
We haven’t spotted Rudolph yet, but we’ll keep watching!
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