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The first installment is sure to get zoogoers in a summery state of mind, as the Steve Scott Project brings the sounds of the Caribbean to Woodley Park with a concert of reggae, calypso and a dash of jazz.
National Zoo kicks off Sunset Serenades evening concert series
Attention zoogoers: if you try to swim with polar bears, they will attempt to eat you.
He needed the passing zoogoers 'civility, the guidebook words.
Olympus: This octopus arrived at the Zoo just before the 2010 Winter Olympics, and for many zoogoers the octopus gets a gold medal for being a compelling animal.
And fortunately for zoogoers, the other giant elephant-shrew born to the same pair in January and introduced earlier this month appears hale and healthy.
While sloppy weather kept zoogoers away during December and January, attendance has otherwise been on the rise.
Where most politicians draw energy from adulatory crowds, the sweaty and anxious Kennedy flinched when various zoogoers approached to shake his hand.
The new exhibit, expected to cost between $9 million and $12 million, would feature a large, glassed-in aquarium that will allow zoogoers to watch hippos swim from just inches away.
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