CLEVELAND - North Georgia Zoo and Petting Farm is ready to celebrate the pending arrival of spring.<br />
This Saturday and Sunday it invites the public to enjoy Bouncing Baby Days. More than 40 new additions to the collection of animals housed there will be introduced.<br />
Included are a baby llama, baby pigs, puppies, lambs, goats and a baby kangaroo. And, there is an expectant camel.<br />
For more information, visit www.northgeorgiazoo.com, call 706-348- 7279 or email firstname.lastname@example.org<br />
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