Wanna see a wallaby?


Sydney Bennett, 9, right, pets a female wallaby, 7, during a presentation Thursday at the Wilmington Public Library given by Bob Heyob, left, of Horsefeathers Farm in the Clarksville area. Heyob, a retiree, breeds wallabies for zoos. Bennett said the wallaby was soft to the touch. Heyob also gave a wallaby program Tuesday at the library’s Clinton-Massie branch.


Sydney Bennett, 9, right, pets a female wallaby, 7, during a presentation Thursday at the Wilmington Public Library given by Bob Heyob, left, of Horsefeathers Farm in the Clarksville area. Heyob, a retiree, breeds wallabies for zoos. Bennett said the wallaby was soft to the touch. Heyob also gave a wallaby program Tuesday at the library’s Clinton-Massie branch.

Sydney Bennett, 9, right, pets a female wallaby, 7, during a presentation Thursday at the Wilmington Public Library given by Bob Heyob, left, of Horsefeathers Farm in the Clarksville area. Heyob, a retiree, breeds wallabies for zoos. Bennett said the wallaby was soft to the touch. Heyob also gave a wallaby program Tuesday at the library’s Clinton-Massie branch.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_wallaby_p_f.jpgSydney Bennett, 9, right, pets a female wallaby, 7, during a presentation Thursday at the Wilmington Public Library given by Bob Heyob, left, of Horsefeathers Farm in the Clarksville area. Heyob, a retiree, breeds wallabies for zoos. Bennett said the wallaby was soft to the touch. Heyob also gave a wallaby program Tuesday at the library’s Clinton-Massie branch.
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