Few know that Malayan tapirs snore after they sleep, orang utans tease and play pranks on one another and horses nibble their keepers to ask for consideration.
But such behaviours are a standard sight for the animal keepers at Wildlife Reserve Singapore’s (WRS) secure of sights – the Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari and Singapore Zoo.
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