The Campus Activities Board brought a free petting zoo to campus to welcome back students and celebrate the beginning of classes.
The petting zoo drew in students from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., allowing them to feed and pet the animals. Some of the animals from A-Z Exotic Animals included: goats, a baby cow, a llama, a porcupine, an alpaca and even a monkey.
Campus Activities Board held a petting zoo in the Evans Commons lawn to celebrate the first week of classes. Photo by Mitch Kraus
Daniel Langdon, Nick Thorpe and Ryan Groene feed a camel during the petting zoo. Photo by Mitch Kraus
A monkey watches students at the petting zoo. The playful animal was swinging around, showing off and creating laughter among students. Photo by Mitch Kraus
A porcupine relaxes in the grass at the petting zoo on Friday. Photo by Mitch Kraus
Kerry Aunna feeds a camel cups of food during the petting zoo. Photo by Mitch Kraus
A goat hungrily pokes his head through the fence, looking for those unmistakeable white cups. Photo by Mitch Kraus
A baby cow eats food from a student at the petting zoo on Friday. Photo by Mitch Kraus
A Patagonian cavy shyly takes some food from a student and allows them to pet him. Photo by Mitch Kraus
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