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Southwick’s Zoo visits Marlborough school

Marlborough - Kindergartners Nealon Stemple and Gustavo Rodriguez take turns petting a live lizard during a program presented May 3 by Southwick's Zoo at Kane Elementary School. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Marlborough – Kindergartners Nealon Stemple and Gustavo Rodriguez take turns petting a live lizard during a program presented May 3 by Southwick’s Zoo at Kane Elementary School. Among the other animals visiting the school were a tortoise, a snake, a parrot, an alligator and a kangaroo. The cultural arts program was sponsored by the Kane School Parent Teacher Organization. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

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