Four ways to stay connected to the Zoo
Missing the Zoo? The good news is that there are still ways to stay up to date on all things Zoo during this temporary closure. Keep reading for four ways you can learn about the Zoo at home.
1) The Zoo's online resource library
The Zoo has a FREE online resource library that is available to the public? Check it out here and learn even more facts about your favorite animals at the Zoo. The Zoo is temporarily closed but that doesn't mean you have stop learning about all the animals!
2) The Zoo Society's extensive blog collection
Visit the Zoo Society's blog to read up on all of your favorite Zoo animals and current ZooNews. Updated weekly, there is always new and interesting content for all ages. Use the "Kids" drop down to read past "Ask the Expert" or "Truth or Tail" blogs to keep your children engaged while they're home from school.
3) Cleveland Metroparks Zoo's Virtual Classroom
Each weekday at 11 a.m. zookeepers and experts from the Zoo will go live on the Zoo's Facebook page to feature various animals and teach viewers about interesting zoo-related topics. Be sure to check it out to get your daily fill of animals at the Zoo.
4) Send us your questions!
Have you ever wanted to know something about the Zoo but just didn't know who to ask? Well, now's the time to ask us your questions about anything zoo-related. Send your name, age and question to email@example.com and we will answer it for you! We can't wait to hear from you!
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