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Zoo To Bring Snow for Holiday Exhibit


The Santa Barbara Zoo will tote in 40 tons of snow for kids to romp in on 12/9 as part of its Snow Leopard Festival, with sleds provided for 4 to 12-years-olds. The zoo’s endangered snow leopard pair, Beau and Napamar, will also have snow to play in, as will elephants and other animals. The exhibition opens to members at 9 a.m., and to the public at 10 a.m.

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