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Of course, we wouldn't see real hummingbird flaps

Photos by Laura J. Gardner | The Journal Gazette
Shelli Rimelspach, left, with her nephew Logan Billman, 4, participate Thursday in the Hummingbird Flap at station 5 of Zoo Olympics at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo. Volunteer Meredith Cawvey, right, keeps track of the number of flaps the two did. Zoo visitors had the opportunity to walk around participating in a number of zoo-oriented Olympic events.
Tanya Freedman with 11-month-old daughter Braely Freedman take part in the Kangaroo Hop.

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