Wild Kingdom's Peter Gros to Appear on LIVE! with Kelly, 4/20

April 16
3:47 PM 2012
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Peter Gros, co-host of the original Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom, will appear as a special guest on Live with Kelly this Friday, April 20th on NBC. Check your local listings. 

Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom comes to the Morrison Center stage on Saturday April 28 at 2:00 pm in an exciting live presentation allowing children and families to see, learn, and in some cases even touch, some of the world's most unique and exotic animals. Performance is sponsored by the Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation. Animals may include: a giant African porcupine, a six-foot alligator, a five-foot red kangaroo, various reptiles including a fourteen-foot python and a five-foot African monitor lizard, exotic insects, birds, unique primates such as a lemur and a spider monkey plus much, much more.

Mutual of Omaha has a long-standing commitment to conservation that dates back more than 40 years. Today, Peter Gros, co-host of the original Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom, helps to heighten awareness about environmental issues. This heritage continues with all-new episodes of Wild Kingdom being broadcast on Animal Planet.    

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