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Community packs the Wolfe Community room for Toledo Zoo Program

Here are some highlights from the Toledo Zoo visit to the North Baltimore Public Library on Thursday, July 9th.  As part of the “Every Hero Has a Story” summer read program, the zoo animals’ “superpowers” were introduced to children of all ages, followed by a chance to view or touch the animals up close. The program featured animals that use their bodies as natural defenses in nature.

A live skink, tarantula, bull snake, and most popular, armadillo were the main attractions.  Additionally, a leopard skin, tortoise shell and pufferfish were introduced and examined.

This family program was well attended by over 85 people and held in the Wolfe Community Room.

 

A tortoise and a pufferfish
A tortoise and a pufferfish

 

Nolan Baltz, Jack Clark, Tristan Carrol, Gabe Williams and Darrell Rader pet a Bull Snake.
Nolan Baltz, Jack Clark, Tristan Carrol, Gabe Williams and Darrell Rader pet a Bull Snake.

 

Parents enjoyed animal interactions too.
Parents enjoyed animal interactions too.

Children get a close up view of the tarantula
Children get a close up view of the tarantula

 

Aubrey Cotterman feels a live armadillo's skin as it rolls into a protective ball.
Aubrey Cotterman feels a live armadillo’s skin as it rolls into a protective ball.

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