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  • noun Plural form of zoogoer.

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Examples

  • The first installment is sure to get zoogoers in a summery state of mind, as the Steve Scott Project brings the sounds of the Caribbean to Woodley Park with a concert of reggae, calypso and a dash of jazz.

    National Zoo kicks off Sunset Serenades evening concert series

  • Attention zoogoers: if you try to swim with polar bears, they will attempt to eat you.

    Nunc Scio » Blog Archive » Linker – 04/14/09

  • He needed the passing zoogoers 'civility, the guidebook words.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • Olympus: This octopus arrived at the Zoo just before the 2010 Winter Olympics, and for many zoogoers the octopus gets a gold medal for being a compelling animal.

    DCist

  • And fortunately for zoogoers, the other giant elephant-shrew born to the same pair in January and introduced earlier this month appears hale and healthy.

    DCist

  • While sloppy weather kept zoogoers away during December and January, attendance has otherwise been on the rise.

    Home - BostonHerald.com

  • Where most politicians draw energy from adulatory crowds, the sweaty and anxious Kennedy flinched when various zoogoers approached to shake his hand.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • The new exhibit, expected to cost between $9 million and $12 million, would feature a large, glassed-in aquarium that will allow zoogoers to watch hippos swim from just inches away.

    Milwaukee Business News - Local Milwaukee News | The Business Journal of Milwaukee

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