It depends. I used to take 2-4 ounces of any type of baby food, but with baby food, you will probably only take a few ounces and keep track of them. Baby water and food for the baby can be kept at the same or separate spots and will be collected at the same time and will be collected together with the baby. I always keep them separated, so that they know that they don’t have to be close to the baby for a few hours after they are born, or even to the adults, as soon as they walk out of the barn. There is a certain amount of risk of babies dying from dehydration from being so dehydrated all the time, so in addition to the safety measures we mentioned above, you should prepare yourself for the possibility that you may find yourself with some food or water stuck in a little pouch at the edge of a small cage or box without a top (for example if the cage is a pet store, they will often mark the bottom of the cage with a big rubber band or tag on the cage) because you can often see the water bottle sticking out in the corner of a cage that isn’t completely sealed. If you find yourself in this situation, you must first call ahead, and they will immediately send you to the kitchen to have the baby food and water pulled out, and you will then have to carefully pull them out, take the food out one at a time until you have it all out (in the photos above, you can see the water bottle in the corner of the cage). I suggest that you have your own water bottle; there is a special one that the staff at the zoo will use when they are caring for baby animals, but you can get one at Best Buy or any other drug store for cheap; it keeps them from getting contaminated.
This is my baby, a 6 month old male panda cub who was born at the zoo on 11/18. When he was 4 weeks old, the veterinarian took him home and checked him over, and it was noticed that he has some skin problems (from being very thirsty during his first week at the zoo) and the skin around his eyes was cracked and yellow-brown. He was treated with oral antibiotics and he was soon able to stand, but he has only now been able to walk. He is about 1/2 of the size of the 2 oz baby food, but his health will continue to be monitored throughout his stay. What are the risks from bringing a baby with you into the zoo