Using a rubber reptile, Chaffee Zoo educator Burleigh Lockwood demonstrates their flexibility to a group of OES first-graders during the Earth Day event at Oakhurst Feed & Pet Supply last Friday.
Using a rubber reptile, Chaffee Zoo educator Burleigh Lockwood demonstrates their flexibility to a group of OES first-graders during the Earth Day event at Oakhurst Feed & Pet Supply last Friday. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
Using a rubber reptile, Chaffee Zoo educator Burleigh Lockwood demonstrates their flexibility to a group of OES first-graders during the Earth Day event at Oakhurst Feed & Pet Supply last Friday. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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