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Mystery party costumes for: animal handlers, animal scientists, veterinarians, animals, and other animal-themed roles. 
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More to choose from: 

Men's zookeeper

Men's zookeeper

Women's zookeeper

Women's zookeeper

Women's lion tamer

Women's lion tamer

Women's cow

Women's cow

Women's shark

Women's shark

Men's wolf

Men's wolf

Women's monkey

Women's monkey

Women's raven

Women's raven

Women's lion

Women's lion

Women's chicken

Women's chicken

Men's hedgehog

Men's hedgehog

Men's cow

Men's cow

Men's lion

Men's lion

Women's frog

Women's frog

Women's moose

Women's moose

Men's hammerhead shark

Men's hammerhead shark

Women's wolf

Women's wolf

Men's chicken

Men's chicken

Women's deer

Women's deer

Men's panda

Men's panda

With any of the animal-handler roles, such as a zookeeper, bird watcher, tour guides, snake handlers, or other animal-related roles, you have a big decision to make - do I want to dress as the handler or the animal I take care of? 

There's an assortment of zookeeper and safari costumes that you can use to cover any of the animal handling roles. Or, just wear all khaki or army green clothing and pick up a safari hat - that's great, too. 

Or, if you are a zookeeper, choose your favorite animal and dress up as one of those, such a giraffe, gator, or other zoo animal. 

If you are a snake charmer - wear snake-themed accessories and get a prop snake - albeit, it could scare your friends.

Lion tamer for a circus - choose the ringmaster costume or the lion - either one will work.  

Bird watcher - same thing - go the safari attire route or be your bird of choice.  There's no right or wrong.

Marine biologists can wear a lab coat with a dolphin hat, or safari clothes, diver costume, or maybe just commit with one of your marine animals, such as a shark, fish or dolphin?

Veterinarian - choose the lab coat and fun animal hat or commit to your favorite patient, such as a dog!

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