By Danielle Chavira

DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Zoo was crawling with spooky ghosts and magical princesses on the day before Halloween. Families enjoyed the beautiful, warm weather on Saturday.

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The zoo hosted its Wild Fall event which included pumpkin carving stations, animal demonstrations and spooky cocktails for parents. The event replaces Boo at the Zoo due to COVID precautions.

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They also had a chance to see the African penguins’ new home – Pinnacol African Penguin Point. It opened in September.

Danielle Chavira