(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Mini-superheros get up close to a grizzly bear licking honey off the enclosure's window as visitors learn about a bear's super sense of smell, clawing and digging power and the fact that they're super sleepers. Costumed kids roamed Hogle Zoo Saturday, October 5, 2013, during Zooperhero Day to learn about the super strength, sight, hearing and smells that the zoo animals have.
Hogle Zoo hosts a super Zooper Hero Day
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Oct 05 2013 05:36 pm • Last Updated Oct 05 2013 10:37 pm
Costumed kids watch a grizzly bear lick honey off an enclosure window at Hogle Zoo on Saturday during Zooper Hero Day. The children learned about the bear’s super sense of smell, clawing and digging power and the fact that it is also a super sleeper. The zoo invited children to dress as their favorite superhero and learn about the animals’ amazing skills, including night vision, speed, strength and agility. Zoo keepers were on hand to talk about the animals.
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