Nothing says romantic like a nice dinner, candlelight, wine, and scintillating talk about animal mating rituals. According to the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, anyway.
The zoo is offering a Valentine’s Day dinner featuring an “adults only” presentation by zoo curator Henry Kacprzyk. According to the zoo’s website, Kacprzyk will talk about the “intimate secrets of exotic animal mating,” covering everything from the “most violent mating battles to the subtlest courting rituals.”
And it’s not just mammals Kacprzyk will be talking about — he’ll let guests know all about how various creatures from “land, sea, and air” get it on and “find love in the wild.”
As if a lecture on animals boinking isn’t enticing enough, the zoo will offer a gourmet menu with items such as Goat Cheese Stuffed Strawberries and Salmon Wellington.
Also included in your $75 per person ticket price ($70 for members) is an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, dessert, zoo docents with small animals, and a “special animal event.”
To find out more, or to register for this unusual way to spend Valentine’s Day, check out the zoo’s website.
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