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The Wildlife World Zoo has two new babies!

Mickey Ollson, zoo director, grew up raising all kinds of animals, ducks, guinea pigs, hamsters, ducks, chickensand birds.

According to Ollson, the zoo is 34 years old, on 100 acres with 600 species of animals. The new babies at

the zoo are a bobcat and a bison. The bobcat was born on May 26. He is not yet named. The bison was born on May

15. He weighs 75 pounds and is not yet named.

Ollson says the baby bobcat is being raised by two vets and a vet tech. They are more comfortable with

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I was able to attend the Arizona State University Connections Camp. Connections Camp was designed for Children with hearing impairment issues entering grades 2–5. 

This was the first time ASU had a camp like this for kids like us!! Before the Connections Camp I did not know any kids who had hearing impairments. I felt like I found a group of people like me in different ways but also in a lot of ways.

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 Imagine dreaming that one day you’ll become a professional baseball player. What would it look like for you? For David Peralta, left fielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks, his dream did come true.

Peralta was born in Venezuela and came to the U.S. to become a pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals at age 18. The Cardinals released him in 2009 after injuries and shoulder surgery. Peralta began to play for the Diamondbacks in 2013, with the minor league team. Peralta says he was called up to the major league club in 2014.

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 Have you wondered what it’s like to swim with dolphins? Well, I will tell you what it’s like.

My Girl Scout troop and I were waiting to go on a trip to Odysea Aquarium and Dolphinaris for a long time! We had to sell a lot of cookies to earn the money for this trip and finally the day came and we headed to Scottsdale. We were super excited even though it was a long ride to the aquarium. I like to look at the shape of the clouds to pass the time.

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 The Egyptian wolf is also called the Egyptian jackal, but is not a jackal at all,

nor did this species originate in Egypt. Instead, it is a member of the wolf family

(Canis aureus lupus ). Egyptian wolves are canines found in the northern areas

of Egypt, the Ethiopian highlands, and the northeastern areas of Libya. The

Egyptian wolf is similar to a jackal, but they are larger and taller than jackals.

They are thin, with a beige, gray or dirty yellow coat.

 The ancient Egyptian god Anubis had the head of a jackal, inspired by the

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 I had an amazing time attending Girls Scout camp at

Sheely Farms. We learned to make items with shaving

cream, glue and food coloring. We made mermaid tails

out of paper and portraits of ourselves out of cardboard.

I also had the opportunity to meet new people.

Miss Ginnie, Girl Scout Program Specialist, couldn’t

 do Girl Scouts as a kid, but thought it would be great

to do it as an adult. Juliet Gordon-Low started Girl

Scouts in 1912. Girl Scouts was made official on March

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