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There are 3,000 Easter eggs to be found at Zoo Santo Inácio

Egg hunt at the North's biggest and greenest zoo challenges little explorers to find eggs of the same colour and exchange them for chocolates

To mark this Easter, Santo Inácio Zoo will hold a gigantic egg hunt, scattering three thousand eggs over more than 15 hectares of the zoological park. During April 7 and 8, between 10am and 5pm, in this sweet and challenging adventure, children between 3 and 12 years old who find coloured Easter eggs can exchange them for chocolates at the zoo entrance.

On each of the days of the initiative, 1500 coloured eggs are scattered along the paths of Santo Inácio Zoo. The challenge varies according to the age group of the child. From 3 to 5 years old, the little adventurers are rewarded when they find 5 eggs of the same colour. Children between 06 and 12 years old receive a prize when they find 10 eggs of the same colour.

Hidden in the outdoor spaces there are also silver and golden eggs that guarantee special prizes. Silver eggs are equivalent to a chocolate rabbit and golden eggs to Easter eggs.

Participants have until 5pm to collect the prize equivalent to the eggs they discover during their visit to the animal world at the entrance of Santo Inácio Zoo. One prize per child will be awarded.


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