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S.B. Zoo Presents a new thrice-daily <em>How to Train Your Dinosaur</em> show every day until Labor Day.

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S.B. Zoo Presents a new thrice-daily How to Train Your Dinosaur show every day until Labor Day.


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S.B. Zoo Presents Thrice-Daily How to Train Your Dinosaur Show for Kids


How to Train Your Dinosaur is not a sequel to the animated movie, but a popular new show at the S.B. Zoo (500 Niños Dr.). A seven-foot tall mechanical T. rex named Duncan is the star of this 15-minute production, which teaches kids about the special care our city’s zoo animals receive every day. Duncan will run, roar, blink—and even poop—for crowds three times a day, at 1, 2, and 3 p.m. every day ’til Labor Day (Mon., Sept. 5) at the S.B. Zoo’s Rolling Hills Theatre. The show is free with zoo admission. Call 963-5695 for more info.

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