The Toronto Zoo's Video Of Adorable Animals Getting Pumpkin Treats Is Just What 2020 Needs

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Toronto Zoo Surprised Animals With Pumpkins For Halloween & The Video Is Spooktacular

How cute! The Toronto Zoo surprised animals with pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns to celebrate Halloween and the video is spooktacular.

To end off the month, the Toronto "Boo" posted a video on social media of animals having a gourd time with their pumpkins.   

Ila, a red panda, and her baby Adira got a small pumpkin and a bucket with a skeleton on it that they thoroughly and adorably investigated.

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A tiger got a white box designed to look like a ghost along with its pumpkin and was so curious about the box that it ended up getting flattened by the animal's probing paws.

One of the zoo's polar bears got a jack-o-lantern carved with a cutout of a fish for Halloween and there was even a fish inside the pumpkin.

There's also a hilarious clip of the lemurs eating their pumpkin and chewing with their mouths open.

This celebration was all treats and no tricks!

The zoo has been posting photos recently of animals getting into Halloween and this video montage was the perfect way to end the month on a spooky but adorable note.

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