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Last updated on Saturday, March 29, 2008
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indianapolis Zoo re-opened a popular exhibit Friday.
Critter Corner closed after a fire in November, but the area is now open and according to Deputy Director Paul Grayson, better than ever.
Snakes, lizards, birds, and many other kinds of critters can be found in the exhibit and some can be touched as well.
Grayson says a new hot room has been added for temperature sensitive animals. It's believed one of those animals pushed some material from its cage close to a heat lamp, which started the fire.
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