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You're Not Supposed To Feed The Foxes, But After Seeing This Reaction, I'm Glad She Did

The Turtle Bay Exploration Park in Redding, California is a beautiful large museum complex consisting of three major parts, the Redding Arboretum, a natural history, and science museum. Wikipedia says that Redding Arboretum covers 300 acres, including 200 acres of undeveloped arboretum and 20 acres of botanical gardens that span the Sacramento River. The park's website states that one of its goals is to share magnificent wild creatures with as many people as possible. I think its mission is accomplished. The Turtle Bay Exploration Park is home to many animals including, a red-tailed hawk, a gopher snake, a sulphur crested cockatoo, a year round parrot, 40 year old desert tortoise, and the friendly fellow in this video.
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