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This Zoo Is Opening Their Doors Early to Cater to Guests With Autism

Any parent knows that a day at the zoo can be exciting, yet very stressful, but one zoo is doing something special for their guests with autism to alleviate the overwhelming circumstances that can arise while visiting the zoo. On Oct. 1, the Taronga Zoo will be opening its doors at 8:30 a.m. for guests with autism and their families and friends. By allowing these families to enter an hour early, guests will be able to avoid heavy crowds and loud noises while enjoying "the exhibits, animal meet and greets, and the Sky Safari Cable Car.
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