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Kansas City Zoo’s Penguin March During Black History

5FEB-6FEB 1:00 am to 1:15 am At Helzberg Penguin Plaza

The Kansas City Zoo cares about our environment.

The Kansas City Zoo has the vision with its world-class exhibits and exceptional programs, attracts visitors from around the world and families from close to home.

Mission is to connects all people to each other and the natural world to promote understanding, appreciation, and conservation.

Black Kansas City Mag:
“How important is having a Zoo to the community and to the Animals most specially?”

Kansas City Zoo:
Zoological parks, together with museums and libraries, advance culture and knowledge, providing the opportunity for visitors to step back and look in awe at the wonders of our natural world.

Zoos are uniquely capable of bringing families together and transmitting educational information between generations. Visitors become part of a conservation discussion that identifies environmental challenges while brainstorming potential solutions.

The world around us is changing fast. Species of wildlife are facing global extinction on a massive scale. About 21% of the world’s mammal species, about 12% of the bird species and about 33% of all amphibian species are threatened with extinction. Cranes and cheetahs, great apes and rhinos and so many more are in trouble. Zoos are in a unique position to make a difference.

To learn more about Kansas City Zoo. Visit their website, click the link below…

Kansas City Zoo Website:

https://kansascityzoo.org/event/penguin-march

Kansas City Zoo Facebook Page :

https://m.facebook.com/100064505991887/

For more questions you can email them at:

Askthezoo@fotzkc.org

Location: 6800 ZOO DRIVE, Kansas City MO

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