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Wolf Fest at the Zoo 

When: Sat., Oct. 16 2010

No, they're not just big German Shepherds — and you don't want one in your house. But if you leave them alone and keep a safe distance, there's little to fear about wolves. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, zookeepers will shatter myths and serve up the real scoop on these fascinating critters. The stars of the show are the zoo's six Mexican gray wolves, all of them sisters. It's estimated there are only 42 of their kind in the wild, so the zoo is doing its part to help them survive. Learn how they're doing it and what you can do to help at the Wolf Conservation Station. There'll also be wolf-themed crafts and games for kids. It's free with zoo admission: $10 for adults, $7 for kids 2-11. The zoo is at 3900 Wildlife Way; call 216-661-6500 or go to clemetzoo.com for information. — Pantsios

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