TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Alligator Frenzy is here to stay -- for an extra month!!
Zoo officials say the exhibit's popularity made it an easy decision for them to arrange to keep the traveling exhibit until the end of October, they were scheduled to leave at the end of this month.
The Topeka Zoo is the first to host the alligator exhibit and Zoo Director Brendan Wiley says more than 108,000 people have stopped by to see them.
The exhibit includes a feeding lagoon of 40 juvenile alligators and a white North American alligator named Opal.
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