Creature Teacher Belinda Henry was at the Harker Heights Public Library on Wednesday to bring hundreds of area children some exotic animals to look at for an out-of-this-world interactive learning experience.

Henry is no stranger to the Heights library as she’s given programs before and has always been wildly popular — so popular, in fact, that the first showing alone had an audience of 450 people, the second showing brought in another 260 people. The library even had to hold a third showing in the afternoon, which drew another 450 people, with some people turned away because the room was at capacity.

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