Wiggles the Exmoor Zoo baby mongoose is having a great time exploring exciting Easter egg packaging but he isnt allowed any of the tasty contents. The attraction near Bratton Fleming is taking an Easter opportunity to remind people that although chocolate may be scrumptious for humans, it can be deadly to animals. Wiggles and his brother Mumbles are being hand reared by Lynn Reynolds at the zoo, but although they can play with the choc wrappers, as with many animals the sweet can cause depression and even poison them. Wiggles and Mumbles are the Weasely brothers, born at the zoo in January and they are just beginning their teenage exploration phase as they grow up and play in the safety of their mums house. The packaged wrapping from Easter eggs and the non-edible gifts often within the chocolate eggs is a fantastic playground waiting to be explored with all those delicious and yummy smells. Mongooses are renowned for their incredible speed and intense curiosity and it this character that in the wild that enables them to find and kill food in places where other animals may not be able to survive, such as the Namibian desert. They may not be able to enjoy Easter chocolate, but they and their friends at the zoo will still get the chance to enjoy plenty of safe Easter treats.