Thursday Jul 08 2010 comments Wild Things wows them all By: Photos by Martha Garcia, Loomis News Editor -A +A Buy This Photo Now Goliath, a black-throat lizard, gulps down a chicken thigh that Gabe Kerschner gave him as a treat. Hooter is a North American barn owl common throughout the region. Goliath, a black-throat Lizard, has a very long tongue that he likes to stick out a people. Gabe Kerschner has learned how to hold Izod the alligator's mouth without getting bit. Hooter, a North American barn owl, spreads its wings for youngsters, and adults, during a presentation by Gabe Kerschner of Wild Things at the Penryn Library. The program was sponsored by the Penryn Friends of the Library. Oliver, a red fox, is quick but nervous around strangers. Gabe Kerschner holds Cookie, the spider monkey. Marissa Jilot, 4, leads a line of kids who got to pet Izod, a 105-pound alligator that has lived at Wild Things in Weimar since it was found in a Los Angeles bathtub more than 20 years ago.