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They did various road trips to differfent locales. I can recall the Massapequa Zoo and Kiddy Park getting the glad hand. I am not sure if the Captain Kangaroo staff visited the park, or Park attendants brought animals to the (treasure house) as the Kangaroon site was known. Captain Kangaroo took place entirely indoors- under the circumstances this was not a handicap as they occasionally used remote feeds- being in the (press box) at the Thanksgiving Day parade, for example). But, like many juvenile and indeed many early TV shows- it took place mostly indoors.

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