Frost Sixth-Graders Set Out on Zoo Adventure

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Rain did not deter Robert Frost sixth-graders from an exciting recent tour of the Bronx Zoo, where they learned about the zoo’s history and some of its more interesting inhabitants.

“Surrounded by woods, amazing animals and architecture, exhibits and atmosphere, we forgot we were in the Bronx,” said one of the accompanying teachers, Paula Behrens. “The zoo is amazing.”

According to Behrens, the students were most intrigued by the feeding of the gorillas in the Congo Rainforest, viewing lions and polar bears, and the array of creatures residing in the Reptile House.