Slow-mo show stopper


East End Elementary School students were treated Thursday to a program by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The featured creatures were a baby alligator, a bearded dragon, a groundhog, a legless lizard named Ruby, a boa constrictor, a cockroach from Madagascar and a sloth, pictured. A sloth spends most of its time asleep and upside down, said a presenter. The visit was made possible by a Wilmington Schools Foundation grant awarded to an East End kindergarten teacher, according to Chastity Flanigan, executive director of the foundation.

East End Elementary School students were treated Thursday to a program by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The featured creatures were a baby alligator, a bearded dragon, a groundhog, a legless lizard named Ruby, a boa constrictor, a cockroach from Madagascar and a sloth, pictured. A sloth spends most of its time asleep and upside down, said a presenter. The visit was made possible by a Wilmington Schools Foundation grant awarded to an East End kindergarten teacher, according to Chastity Flanigan, executive director of the foundation.


East End Elementary School students were treated Thursday to a program by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The featured creatures were a baby alligator, a bearded dragon, a groundhog, a legless lizard named Ruby, a boa constrictor, a cockroach from Madagascar and a sloth, pictured. A sloth spends most of its time asleep and upside down, said a presenter. The visit was made possible by a Wilmington Schools Foundation grant awarded to an East End kindergarten teacher, according to Chastity Flanigan, executive director of the foundation.

East End Elementary School students were treated Thursday to a program by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The featured creatures were a baby alligator, a bearded dragon, a groundhog, a legless lizard named Ruby, a boa constrictor, a cockroach from Madagascar and a sloth, pictured. A sloth spends most of its time asleep and upside down, said a presenter. The visit was made possible by a Wilmington Schools Foundation grant awarded to an East End kindergarten teacher, according to Chastity Flanigan, executive director of the foundation.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_this_one_f.jpgEast End Elementary School students were treated Thursday to a program by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The featured creatures were a baby alligator, a bearded dragon, a groundhog, a legless lizard named Ruby, a boa constrictor, a cockroach from Madagascar and a sloth, pictured. A sloth spends most of its time asleep and upside down, said a presenter. The visit was made possible by a Wilmington Schools Foundation grant awarded to an East End kindergarten teacher, according to Chastity Flanigan, executive director of the foundation.