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Manipulatory & Play Objects
The methods outlined in this section relate to
the use of both artificial and natural substrates and items for physical and mental
stimulation, including floating toys, nesting materials and posts for claw scraping and
scratching to relieve skin irritations.
||Telegraph poles, tree-trunks and
large rocks. The post must be firmly fixed either by concrete, or by being buried several
feet in the ground.
||Rhino, Giraffe, Antelope, Deer,
||Provides a substrate for the
animal to deal with itches, by scratching its hide, or rubbing off patchy velvet from
||Need a crane to move posts into
position, and they must be secured into a concrete base or deep hole to stop them falling
over when pushed by large, strong animals.
||Giraffes will strip and eat the
bark from tree trunks.
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