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August 20, 2014 7:14 AM

New roof will help save jungle exhibit at Sedgwick County Zoo

The jungle exhibit at the Sedgwick County Zoo was in danger due to low light levels. Tropical plants weren’t growing. A new roof aims to bring in more light, which will allow the zoo to add new plants and birds.

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