The reindeer camera at the Como Zoo in Minneapolis is sure to catch any reindeer play.
You can get a glimpse of their life by watching it live online.
“Every year we get calls or emails from people all over the United States and literally around the world asking if we’re going to bring the reindeer camera back and 2019 is the time to do it,” said Matt Reinartz of the Como Park zoo. .
“They are resting because they know they have something special coming up, the tall man in the suit might come and get their help soon.”
They weigh between 200 and 300 pounds and adapt to live in cold weather.
“If you look, they have a schnauzer or a really long nose and when they breathe cold air it kind of bounces around that big chamber and warms up before it goes down into their lungs so they don’t freeze. their lungs, ”zookeeper Jill Erzar said.
She says the myth of Rudolph’s red nose is not entirely made up.
“They have a ton of hair glands in their noses, so if it’s really cold you will see those bright red noses and that’s where this myth comes from.”
The reindeer camera will be live until the start of the new year.
You can check it out by clicking on the link to the right of this story.
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