Thursday, November 7, 2013

National Zoo

Our last morning in the city was spent at the Smithsonian National Zoo.
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My favorite part was this large open room in the Amazon exhibit where you are not separated from the animals.
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There was also a huge learning center.  If we lived nearby, I can imagine that we would spend many hours there.
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While the other kids studied specimens under microscopes, Elowen made a little friend.
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Goodbye, DC!
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