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January 11, 2013

G.J. Mann goes wild

Niagara Gazette — “Live on Stage, The Rainforest” and its tropical rain forest sights and sounds stopped by G.J. Mann Elementary School for two shows on Friday.

For those that missed the shows, there's two more chances to take in the spectacle on Monday at 79th Street School.

The stage show incorporates exotic birds, monkeys, alligators, jungle cats and snakes. The comedy animal show is put on by the non-profit organization Understanding Wildlife.

The group says it has presented the “one-of-a-kind” animal experience across the country and its goal is to have those that take in the show come out of it viewing the world a different way — and to act more responsibly as a result.

Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door. Two shows will be held at 79th Street School at 5 and 7 p.m. on Monday.

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