Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
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Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals

Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
Jen Kotkin holds a red-eyed tree frog, showing how it sticks on to her hand. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
The Solomon Islands skink clings to its branch. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
A lucky volunteer gets to hold the red-footed South American tortoise. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
The eclectus parrot was chatting during the whole presentation. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
A few brave youngsters get a close look at an emperor scorpion. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
Maybe the cutest animal of the day was the African pygmy hedgehog. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
This volunteer shows off how the emperor scorpion can glow in the dark. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
Granby Kids Get Close To Nocturnal Animals
The red-footed South American tortoise checks out its surroundings as curious onlookers watch. (Michael Walsh / Courant Community)
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