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.