WICHITA, Kansas - Rylan is an observant explorer.
"Now, what's this arrow pointing."
At 6-years-old, he recently joined KSN's Mark Davidson at the Sedgwick County Zoo for a tour near the gorilla cage.
The gorilla though was too keen for both Mark and Rylan's 20/20 vision. Both Mark and Rylan took a break to talk when all of sudden the gorilla appeared.
"Ahhh! That's kind of scary!"
However, he was brave and wanted to see more.
So, the venture continued to the penguin cove. It was a favorite spot of the tour.
"Oh, they're cute. They're cute aren't they."
Wherever Rylan went, the penguins seemed to follow.
Appropriate for a guy with a magnetic personality.
Rylan is talkative, energetic and enjoys lending a helping hand.
"Play with my friends and help my mommy. Help her cook."
Something, he would be happy to do with a Big. Of course, he has other ideas also.
"Go to All-Star Sports with them."
All Rylan needs is a Big to join him on his journey.
If you would like more information on becoming a Big Brother or Big Sister just call 1-888-KS-4-BIGS.
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