A Zoo Is Letting You Name A Cockroach After Your Ex Just In Time For Valentine's Day

You can even watch the animals devour it! 💔
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
A Zoo Is Letting You Name A Cockroach After Your Ex Just In Time For Valentine's Day

If you're looking to cure a broken heart this Valentine's Day, then this may be just what you need.

Zoo New York's cockroach event lets you name a creepy-crawly after your ex.

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The Watertown-based zoo has launched an online platform where you can submit the name of your ex or person of your choice.

The name will fittingly be given to one of the roaches.

On Valentine's Day, you can forget about your heartache by watching animals gobble up the cockroach on a Facebook live stream.

The event is open to Canadians and costs $5 USD to participate.

Who needs roses when you can turn your ex into a bug instead?

Valentine's Day Cockroaches

Price: $5 USD

When: Until February 14, 2021

Address: 1 Thompson Park, Watertown, NY 

Why You Need To Do It: Mend your broken heart in the very best way by turning your ex into animal chow. 

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