Update for Marselisborg Skov

by Simon
(Aarhus, Danmark)

First of all entrance is free.

You can see deer, duck and boars.

If you bring carrots and break them up in small bite sized pieces, then you can feed the deer, they will literally come up to you and eat from your hand.

A thing you need to know is when feeding them hold your fingers completely stretched out so you make a flat area then let them eat it from your hand.

The boars are in an enclosure which you cannot go in to but they are pretty cute tho.

There is a few rules, you have to stay on the paths, stay away from the calf and their mothers and do not bring bread for the ducks since they become sick from eating it.

Here is a link for it: https://goo.gl/maps/Gji1xktE1A92

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Jan 11, 2019

by: Charlie

Thanks again for another update. I believe I was talking about either the Queen\s Palace or maybe it was related to the Viking Museum. Either way I will add your piece to the site. Thank you.


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