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The animal population at Great Bend’s Brit Spaugh Zoo has sometimes been described as “geriatric,” but Zoo Director Scott Gregory is working to change that.
In addition to acquiring young lions and grizzly bears in 2013, there are plans to breed some animals. There could be new arctic foxes in the future, Gregory said. Vixey, the female fox, was placed with Tod last November. Zoo staff don’t know if the animals have mated.
Meanwhile, the king snakes have laid eggs. Gregory doesn’t know whether the eggs are fertile or not, but he has moved them to an ...


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