Snow Closes Oregon Zoo So Keeper Skis Around To Check Out What The Animals Got Up To

Snowed Out

Snowed Out

When the Oregon Zoo had to close recently due to snow, visitors were kept out. But that doesn't mean the animals don't go about their daily lives. Just what would they get up to upon seeing and feeling the snow?

Right At Home

Right At Home

Of course, the resident harbor seals that call the zoo home didn't mind. In fact, in the video to come, you'll see that they absolutely loved it! They're right at home in Arctic conditions...



...And Nora...

...And Nora...

It goes without saying that this lady didn't mind so much either. All of a sudden, that camouflage she was born with actually works! Well, almost, you can still spot her in the video having the time of her life...

At Home In The Elements

At Home In The Elements

Okay, so Wednesday's snowfall sure delighted Nora, the polar bear, and many of the other residents of Oregon Zoo, all rolling around and frolicking in the powdery delight. But what about residents not so accustomed to such elements...??



First Time Ever

First Time Ever

Almost one foot of snow fell in Portland on Tuesday and Wednesday, meaning it was one of the biggest falls in its history. There's a really good chance that this Asian elephant was witnessing snow for the first time ever.

Do you think that made him a little shy or scared?