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The zoo life: bubble baths, toys and cologne

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August 8, 2014
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Zookeepers are getting creative to help stimulate animals and spice up their environments. At the Milwaukee County Zoo, Ethel the octopus wrestles a Mrs. Potato Head for her food. (Aug. 8) Video provided by AP


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