From squirrels to songbirds, hundreds of animals treated at NC Zoo’s rehab center

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ASHEBORO, N.C. -- About 1,000 animals a year are treated at the North Carolina Zoo's Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

From squirrels to songbirds and opossums to rabbits, learn more about what goes on in the life of the rehab center.

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