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Tuesday, July 03, 2012 2:44 PM

CRYSTAL FALLS—Crystal Falls District Community Library will present Mark Rosenthal’s Animal Magic Friday, July 20, at 1 p.m. at the Crystal Falls Township Hall.
 Rosenthal’s Animal Magic is a non-profit organization dedicated to exotic wildlife conservation and life science education.


 For the past 31 years, his programs have educated and enlightened audiences across the U.S.
 His unique blend of exotic animals, life sciences and magic has made him one of the most sought-after acts in the country.
 He was voted Nickelodeon’s 2010 Michigan Entertainer of the Year.
 Through his ever-popular, live performances, he shared his knowledge, respect and appreciation for the animals that share our planet.
 Educating the public and conservation are just some of the many ways he shows his commitment to the animal kingdom.
 When local animal control officers are confronted with a dangerous exotic, he is sent in to rescue the often illegally obtained “pet.”
 His fully licensed “Haven” program also accepts most exotic animals (including venomous snakes) from private citizens.
 The show features some of these remarkable animals: slowest mammal, largest snake, smallest fox, largest scorpion, millipede, largest porcupine, tallest dog, largest freshwater turtle, largest owl and many more.
 There is no charge for this program, and all are welcome.
 The Crystal Falls Township Hall is located at the corner of U.S. 141 and U.S. 2.
 For more information, call Cindy at the library at 875-3344.