Last year, crowds flow into the main entrance of the Fort Worth Zoo on Half-Price Wednesday during Spring Break. Attendance is expected to be high again this week.
Last year, crowds flow into the main entrance of the Fort Worth Zoo on Half-Price Wednesday during Spring Break. Attendance is expected to be high again this week. Star-Telegram archives Courtesy
Last year, crowds flow into the main entrance of the Fort Worth Zoo on Half-Price Wednesday during Spring Break. Attendance is expected to be high again this week. Star-Telegram archives Courtesy

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