The Detroit Zoo lights up the night with its new lights for its nighttime events.
The zoo announced Monday that it will start selling neonatal lights in January for $20, which are designed to provide more light in the dark and provide more comfortable sleeping arrangements.
The zoo also is installing a new neonatal bedding, with an automatic latch that allows for easy access.
The neonatal lighting is a new addition to the zoo’s neonatal program, which is designed to give parents a safer and more convenient way to take their babies to their first night at the zoo, with lighting designed to help parents take care of their babies and ease them into the transition to their new life.
The $20 neonatal neonatal LED lighting is not an electric version of a regular neonatal light, which can cost up to $300 a piece.
The new lights are designed by the Detroit Zoo Lighting Company.
The lights come in two sizes, and the zoo plans to sell them for about $15 each.
The neonatal bulb will be installed in the spring, with lights to come out in late summer.