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Egg-Stravaganza fun for all ages

A thick-billed parrot takes flight within an enclosed area at the Queens Zoo, which is scheduled to host its Egg-Stravaganza Saturday and Sunday. Photo by Christina Santucci
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The Queen Zoo is holding its annual Egg-Stravaganza.

Join Olivia, Flip and Blue, the famous Flemish giant rabbits, at the Queens Zoo for a chance to see these cuddly creatures up close. These rabbits weigh an average of 20 pounds and are one of the largest breeds of domestic rabbits.

You will also find an egg safari where kids will be given a “passport” as they begin their adventure throughout the zoo to find colorful wooden eggs outside several exhibits. They will then enter the exhibits where they will learn fun facts about the animals that live at the zoo.

As they enter every exhibit, their passport will be stamped so that at the end of their quest, they can trade in their passport for surprises! You will also find the Easter Bunny and many crafts going on throughout the zoo all day.

Take your little ones to this event March 30 and 31 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information about the Egg-stravaganza, visit

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