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Scaling back

Reptiland takes care of animals during pandemic

MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette In complience with Governor Tom Wolf's directive to stop COVID-19, Reptiland is closed, however, the zoological park must still care for and feed its animals such as this American Alligator.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette An Amazon milk frog perches on a prop in its cage while it is being cleaned out by zoo keeper/lecturer Nate Barnes at Clyde Peeling's Reptiland Tuesday. In compliance with Governor Tom Wolf's directive Reptiland is closed, however, the animals must still be fed and cared for.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette Kathryn Allen, senior zoologist moves a timber rattlesnake back to its cage after a routine cleaning in the "Reptile Room" at Clyde Peeling's Reptiland Tuesday. The room stores the reptiles and amphibians which are used in presentations or for breeding purposes. In complience with Governor Tom Wolf COVID-19 directive, Reptiland is close. However, staff at the zoological park must still care for and feed its animals.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette In complience with Governor Tom Wolf COVID-19 directive, Reptiland is close. However, staff at the zoological park must still care for and feed its animals, such as this Albino American alligator in the Alligator room.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette Nate Barnes, zoologist and lecturer carries a container of water while cleaning cages in the "Amphibian Room" at Clyde Peeling's Reptiland Tuesday. In compliance with Governor Tom Wolf's directive Reptiland is closed, however, the animals must still be fed and cared for.
MARK NANCE/Sun-Gazette A Reticulated python inspects its surroundings at Clyde Peeling's Reptiland Tuesday. In complience with Governor Tom Wolf COVID-19 directive, Reptiland is close. However, staff at the zoological park must still care for and feed its animals.

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