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Things got a little wild at Stanton Elementary when representatives of the Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium brought some of their animal friends for a presentation on Oct. 7. Students in grades 4-6 learned about making good conservation choices from recycling to reducing water and electricity usage, plus they took part in a series of related games. Officials said it was all part of the Zoomobile program that made its first visit to the school. Pictured is education specialist Brea Stephan with Luna, a 14-year-old barn owl, while a Gulf Coast box turtle and African ball python were also exhibited.