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  • Making icy treats good enough for a polar bear

    Maggie Mann, a zookeeper at the Kansas City Zoo, makes a special 5-gallon icy treat for Berlin, the zoo's 27-year-old female polar bear. High-quality apples, pears, carrots, lettuce and fish, topped with corn and peanuts, then mixed with 5 gallons of water and frozen will be a delightful frozen treat for Berlin this weekend.

Maggie Mann, a zookeeper at the Kansas City Zoo, makes a special 5-gallon icy treat for Berlin, the zoo's 27-year-old female polar bear. High-quality apples, pears, carrots, lettuce and fish, topped with corn and peanuts, then mixed with 5 gallons of water and frozen will be a delightful frozen treat for Berlin this weekend. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Maggie Mann, a zookeeper at the Kansas City Zoo, makes a special 5-gallon icy treat for Berlin, the zoo's 27-year-old female polar bear. High-quality apples, pears, carrots, lettuce and fish, topped with corn and peanuts, then mixed with 5 gallons of water and frozen will be a delightful frozen treat for Berlin this weekend. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

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