Lucas Miller, the “Singing Zoologist,” sings one of his original songs while performing for the crowd at the Harker Heights Public Library on Saturday afternoon. Miller’s energetic show combined educational animal facts and his original music.

HARKER HEIGHTS — Lucas Miller, also known as the “Singing Zoologist,” returned to the Harker Heights Public Library to perform at the library’s final summer event on Saturday afternoon. More than 150 people crowded into the large Activities Center space to see his show.

Miller, a regular at the Heights library for most of the last 20 years, gave a humorous, dynamic, energetic performance that combined facts about animals, ecosystems, and food chains with his own original songs. Many of the audience members, both children and adults, already knew the lyrics to some of his most well-known songs, such as “The Anaconda La Bamba,” “The Chimichanga Song,” and “How Many Spots Has an Ocelot Got?”

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