Exhibition remembers wartime animals such as “Lion Dog, Astrid the Eskimo,” said to be the size of a bear.
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The exhibit, which had been expected to open to guests on Monday, was meant to kick-off the New Year’s Eve celebrations and also to open New Year’s Day to a new audience.
“This is a celebration of New Year’s Eve, which is about celebrating life, the natural world and the power of spirit to bring people together and create a truly magical year,” Zabronk said. “A little bird, a little flower, and they became something bigger than a pet and became something more. So it was something that had been in our hearts for several generations.”
Some animals, including a penguin, a cat, a rabbit and a cow, have a variety of special personalities, said Zabronk, a trained animal behaviorist.
The animals are also often raised in small spaces in the zoo, which may make their personalities appear different when they’re actually raised by a mother-and-baby pair, said Zabronk.
“It brings about an increased level of social interaction for them, and a natural and organic process in the environment,” she said. “To a large extent, there’s something therapeutic in this interaction between these animals and us that is so unusual, and in a sense, so alien to our own sense of reality.”
The Zoo said all the animals are currently housed in glass cages, but in the future, the display will feature them in a variety of ways.
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The exhibition will be open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.