Media Alert: Bug invasion at the Minnesota Zoo
Minnesota Zoo hopes new bug and insect exhibit will bring in visitors.
July 12, 2016
Who: Minnesota Zoo
What: The Minnesota Zoo is bringing in a new exhibit that will feature bugs and insects. The exhibit will include butterflies and moths; a working colony of leaf-cutter ants, giant millipedes; centipedes; land crabs; arachnids, such as the world’s largest spider, tarantulas, and scorpions; and zebra cockroaches. There will also be a butterfly garden where up to 600 free-flying butterflies and moths will live.
When: The grand opening will take place on May 1.
1234 Zoo St.
Minnesota, USA, 12345
Why: The director of the Minnesota Zoo feels this will not only be great entertainment for community members but also a valuable educational opportunity.
Director of Public Relations
Phone: (123) 456-7890