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Anonymous donor pays for surprise visits for children at TMC

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Children at Tucson Medical Center were surprised by a visit from Arizona Sonora Desert Museum critters, thanks to an anonymous donor.

Tucson Medical Center officials said someone paid for Arizona Sonora Desert Museum officials to bring a ringtail, tarantula, bat, and king snake to visit the TMC for Children patients on Monday.

Today's visit was the fourth of five expected sessions.

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