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Memphis Zoo's Annual Wild World of Wine and Beer 

From left: Alicia Moore, Arian Davis and Angel Price
From left: Memphis Zoo Conservation Director Andy Kouba and Laboratory Manager Erin Loeding
There wasn’t a cloud in the sky, and the temperature hovered in the low 70s—ideal weather for drinking, talking and dancing.
From left: Charles Barr and David Shanklin
The crowd seemed shy at first, but as the evening wore on, perhaps swayed by the plight of the endangered animals, they lost their inhibitions.
The dance floor was crowded and lively until the band stopped playing, at 10 p.m.
Live music was provided by the Kathryn Stallins Band, who performed covers of rock classics like “Proud Mary” and “Mustang Sally.”
The silent auction featured abstract paintings by both human and animal artists.
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There wasn’t a cloud in the sky, and the temperature hovered in the low 70s—ideal weather for drinking, talking and dancing.
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