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Spillman Public Library hosts live animal program

5:37 PM, Jul. 25, 2013  |  Comments
Asia, the yellow boa constrictor, lines up with animal handler Dennis 'Dino' Tlachac at its head, along with children attending Spillman Library's 'Creatures of Mystery' program on July 12.
Asia, the yellow boa constrictor, lines up with animal handler Dennis 'Dino' Tlachac at its head, along with children attending Spillman Library's 'Creatures of Mystery' program on July 12.
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Dennis "Dino" Tlachac is an environmental educator and live animal handler from Nature's Niche, based out of Stevens Point, Wis. Tlachac shared his "Creatures of Mystery" program with children on July 12 at the Spillman Public Library in North Fond du Lac, as part of their summer reading sessions.

The program focused on the unique and bizarre natural habits of animals and how they can help humans solve crimes. Children were encouraged and invited to touch the animals presented.

 

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