Watch NJ zoo animals play in Sunday’s South Jersey snowfall
CAPE MAY COURTHOUSE/BRIDGETON —New Jersey's first winter storm of 2019 (second notable snowfall of this winter) might have caused a headache for human residents, but animals have been having a blast.
Cape May County Park and Zoo was closed Sunday due to the wintry weather, but not without sharing a full photo album of its resident animals having a snow day. Those featured include a cow catching snowflakes, a red panda and llamas and alpacas seeming unbothered by the fresh powder.
There was also video of silver fox, Brynn, catching snowballs.
And, pets were caught playing, too. Like this pair of Atlantic County corgis below, spotted in Ventor by a Press of Atlantic City reporter:
As Meteorologist Dan Zarrow noted, a Winter Storm Warning was expanded Sunday to include inland Atlantic and inland Cape May counties (in addition to Cumberland) until 4am Monday.
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