A Sukkah in the Safari

Watch: Timon and his friends built a sukkah in the safari

In the safari, the animals continue with the Sukkot tradition, and this time, the meerkats are seen eating under the roof above them, under the title "The Meerkats' Sukkah." Will Simba and Pumbaa join?

The meerkat sukkah (Photo: Safari spokesperson)

Yesterday, the safari shared footage of a lioness gathering leaves during the height of the Sukkot holiday, but not for the purpose of a Sukkah. Today, the safari also shares a video of Timon and his friends, the meerkats, under the "Sukkah." In the video, the meerkats are seen eating under the roof above them, with walls made of branches. So, Timon has already built a Sukkah; will Pumbaa join?

The meerkat sukkah (Photo: Safari spokesperson)


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