INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indianapolis Zoo was a destination for many Hoosiers on Easter Sunday where visitors could see baby animals, enjoy Easter-themed activities, and enter the facility for a discounted price.
The Zoo hosted a number of keeper chats, where visitors could learn about the latest additions to the Zoo family – including Pakak the orphaned walrus calf, Orin the baby dolphin, and Kalina and Nyah, the Zoo's elephant calves.
Families were also invited to join in an Easter egg hunt, where eggs were hidden throughout the Zoo and White River Gardens.
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