The elves are leaping off of their shelves and into the exhibits at the Ellen Trout Zoo. There are three of them, and they are all working hard to make Christmas special.

Bring the kids and search for these elves as they move around the zoo. Once you have spotted all three elves, stop by the admissions window and let them know where you saw them.

Everyone that lets the zoo staff know where each of the elves are in the correct three exhibits is getting a candy cane. Finding all three is a challenge, and there are a few rules to follow while you search.

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Elves Are On The Move At Ellen Trout Zoo

During your visit, you should not cross any barriers. The elves are clearly visible inside or next to an animal exhibit.

Stay on the pathways during your search and have fun out there looking at all the animals. Take note of the signs on the exhibits, so you can tell zoo staff where you found them all.

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You can come back more than once over the course of the month and it's an entirely new game. The elves move around every few days, so you can come back and find them in new exhibits to receive another candy cane.

SEE ALSO: Donate Your Christmas Tree To Ellen Trout Zoo

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You can come and play any day through Christmas on Sunday, December 25, 2022.

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