Ian Recchio

Los Angeles Zoo

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Curator of reptiles and amphibians at the Los Angeles Zoo

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Built with $14.1 million approved by voters in  Proposition CC , the LA Zoo will open its  Living Amphibian Invertebrate Reptile exhibit  tomorrow.  The LAIR exhibit includes some of…

Leapin' Lizards, Amphibians Have a New Home at LA Zoo!

Built with $14.1 million approved by voters in Proposition CC , the LA Zoo will open its Living Amphibian Invertebrate Reptile exhibit tomorrow.  The LAIR exhibit includes some of…

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