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November 04, 2010


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Sarah V.

Very fascinating! Reading this makes me realize that I know nothing about these animals. They're a little scary-looking, and yet cute at the same time! What did you think about seeing them in-person?

Dominique King

Sarah-It was really nice to be able to see the wolves up-close-and-personal-yet-separated-from-them-with-glass :lol:

We were hoping to get back up there last summer...hopefully in the next year or so now...

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