KangaZoo exhibit reopens at Memphis Zoo

By , Daily Memphian Updated: March 17, 2022 3:46 PM CT | Published: March 17, 2022 3:45 PM CT
<strong>Mother red kangaroos and their joeys, or babies, have been added to the KangaZoo exhibit at the Memphis Zoo. The exhibit has no fencing or barriers, which allows zoo-goers to have an immersive experience with the kangaroos.</strong> (Houston Cofield/Special To The Daily Memphian)

Mother red kangaroos and their joeys, or babies, have been added to the KangaZoo exhibit at the Memphis Zoo. The exhibit has no fencing or barriers, which allows zoo-goers to have an immersive experience with the kangaroos. (Houston Cofield/Special To The Daily Memphian)

“It’s neat seeing kids sitting at the edge of the pavement in awe when a kangaroo calmly comes up to them and sits. They’re intrigued by you, but not too interested.”

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Alicia Davidson

Alicia Davidson is a lifelong Memphis resident and graduate of The University of Memphis College of Journalism and Strategic Media. When not scribbling about the latest Memphis news, you will find her reading historical biographies, cooking Italian cuisine and practicing vinyasa yoga.


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