Members of Milking Bank Primary’s after school club had a really wild time when some of Dudley Zoo’s animals arrived in their classroom.
The youngsters from the school in Aintree Way, Dudley, got up close and personal with a blue-tongued skink called Loki, a fancy rat named Ace, a chinchilla called Muffin, a ferret named Shadow and Malagasy hissing cockroaches Marie and Pierre.
ABOVE LEFT – Josh meets Loki the skink ABOVE RIGHT – Codi strokes a rat called Ace held by Presentation Assistant Amy Hickman
ABOVE LEFT – Cameron enjoys learning more about Muffin the chinchilla ABOVE RIGHT – Bethany makes friends with a ferret called Shadow
DZG Presentation Assistant Amy Hickman said: “The children loved meeting the animals and finding out interesting facts about them.
“They all got involved and stroked the animals although I would have to say the girls were a bit braver than the boys when it came to handling the cockroaches!”
PICTURED RIGHT – Brave Faethe touches one of our Malagasy hissing cockroaches