In summer 2012, horrible flooding wrecked the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth, Minnesota. Many animals — including six sheep, four goats, a raven, a vulture, an owl, and a donkey — were killed when more than nine inches of rain fell on the city and flooded the barnyard exhibit. Two seals and Berlin, the zoo’s polar bear, escaped their enclosures. A few months later, Berlin was moved to the Kansas City Zoo. Here she is enjoying a nap in the sunshine on a much cooler day than our last visit in August 2013.