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The Academy of Natural Sciences is reopening to its members on Friday.

Visitors will get to enjoy the museum’s Survival of the Slowest exhibit. Lulu, the two-toed sloth that captivated visitors and viewers of social media when she appeared wrapped in a blanket in the arms of her keeper, has grown to 17 inches from nose to rump and marked her first birthday on May 7. She will join a dozen other slow-moving animals in the show for the July 24 member opening.

Our Khiree Stewart went there to see more of what visitors can expect.

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