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Chattanooga Zoo admits Dads for free on Father's Day

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The Chattanooga Zoo celebrates Father's Day Sunday by offering dads free admission Sunday, June 16th.  

Fathers who visit the Zoo with their children (or grandchildren) will receive free admission to the Zoo between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm.  

While visiting the Zoo, visitors can see other Zoo fathers like Czar the Snow Leopard and Fang the Cotton-Top Tamarin, taking care of their young, check out an Animal Encounters show at 2 pm and even take a ride on the endangered species carousel or better yet, a camel.    

"All of us here at the Zoo are grateful for the hard work and the provision of care by fathers, both human and animal alike," notes Darde Long, Chattanooga Zoo CEO.  "What better way to honor fathers everywhere then by giving them a day to spend time with their family."

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