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Houston Zoo - Zoo Lights! So excited to take the kids to this over Christmas Vacation!

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A New Holiday Tradition: Zoo Lights at the Houston Zoo - Starting November 23rd and running through the holiday season, the Houston Zoo will close at 5pm, and re-open from 6pm-10pm each evening for a spectacular night time holiday light show, with more than 300,000 twinkling lights, projected light shows, animated sculptures, carolers, cookies and beverages. At around 10 bucks per person, I can't wait to do this!

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Get Discount Tickets To See LA Zoo Lights in Los Angeles

LA Zoo Lights returns for its third spectacular year as it kicks off a “ZooLAbration” of the Los Angeles Zoo’s 50th Anniversary on Friday, November 18, 2016, and remains open for seven awe-inspiring weeks through Sunday, January 8, 2017. Get discount tickets for as low as $7.50.

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Holiday Lights Tour at Chicago Trolley and Double Decker Bus Company

Festively named trolleys including Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen, transport passengers through a lightly narrated 2 ½ hour tour showcasing the sparkling lights of The Magnificent Mile, the iconic Macy’s Holiday Windows, historic State Street and Navy Pier’s Winter Wonderfest. In addition, The Holiday Lights Tour makes stops at two of Chicago’s favorite holiday spectacles—the Christkindlmarket and Lincoln Park’s Zoo Lights. Passengers will also enjoy…

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* A Wonderland of Glowing Light Displays: L.A. Zoo Lights, Save $3.00 https://twitter.com/DiscountLA_/status/812065936190689280

'Fantastic Beasts': The Niffler Is Real

As the title says, there are plenty of fantastic beasts in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them — but the one that charmed audiences most has to be the Niffler, a small platypus-like creature that loves hoarding anything and everything shiny. Turns out, the magical species from J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world bears a striking resemblance to a real-life animal called the short-beaked echidna, and Australia’s Taronga Zoo has just gained three more of them.

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Groupon is selling Zoo Lights tickets today for $4 each!! I just bought some.