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Friday, August 23, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDFace painting is always a good way to start at the zoo. Amelia Sanchez, of Salisbury, is in the capable hands of Patty Miller of the Lehigh Valley Zoo. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDFace painting is always a good way to start at the zoo. Amelia Sanchez, of Salisbury, is in the capable hands of Patty Miller of the Lehigh Valley Zoo. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Mike Kemery and his daughter Katie join Captain Marvel and Captain America for a photo. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography Mike Kemery and his daughter Katie join Captain Marvel and Captain America for a photo. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Cassidy and Gavin join their dad Kurt Royer with Captain Marvel and Captain America. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography Cassidy and Gavin join their dad Kurt Royer with Captain Marvel and Captain America. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Murphy, the Lehigh Valley Zoo’s first Masai giraffe is not bashful when it’s time to be fed by zoo visitors. PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography Murphy, the Lehigh Valley Zoo’s first Masai giraffe is not bashful when it’s time to be fed by zoo visitors. PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELAND Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Josh Novak, of Allentown, with his children Ryder and Briar feed the younger Masai giraffe, Tatu, at the Lehigh Valley Zoo recently. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography Josh Novak, of Allentown, with his children Ryder and Briar feed the younger Masai giraffe, Tatu, at the Lehigh Valley Zoo recently. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
John Pham, of Bethlehem, is interested in the Pancake Tortoise during Animal Mingle at the Lehigh Valley Zoo recently. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography John Pham, of Bethlehem, is interested in the Pancake Tortoise during Animal Mingle at the Lehigh Valley Zoo recently. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography

Fun at the zoo with superheroes

Thursday, August 8, 2019 by The Press in Local News

Families visited the Lehigh Valley Zoo recently with activities geared to dads and families.

“Avengers” Captain Marvel and Captain America also attended to keep the families safe from unwanted aliens as well as join families for photos. Despite the threat of rain, most of the day remained dry and the zoo filled with families wanting to enjoy time with the residents of the zoo.