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Kangaroo, alligator and lemur visit Queens Farm

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Jessica Iannucci places Harry, a ring-tailed lemur, on a branch. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Jessica Iannucci carries Loo, a kangaroo, during a demonstration by Two by Two Zoo, an animal sanctuary, at the Queens County Farm Museum. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Queens Village resident Noah Mills, 21 months, pets Allistor, an alligator found in the Hudson River, during a workshop given by animal santuary Two by Two Zoo at the Queens Farm Museum. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Heather Iannucci explained that Gak, a blue and gold macaw, is very loud during the evening to sound the alarm about possible predators. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Loo the kangaroo looks out at visitors to the Queens County Farm Museum Saturday. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Harry, a ring-tailed lemur, hangs from a branch. Photo by Christina Santucci
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Jessica Iannucci carries Loo, a kangaroo, during a demonstration by Two by Two Zoo, an animal sanctuary, at the Queens County Farm Museum. Photo by Christina Santucci

Mother and daughter Heather and Jessica Iannucci from Two by Two Zoo visited the Queens Farm Museum in Floral Park last Saturday to explain about the dangers of people purchasing wild animals for their homes. The zoo showcased several animals, which were taken in by Two by Two after their owners could not keep them anymore or were found in New York, like an alligator that was discovered in the Hudson River.

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