Talk about wildlife! Mick Jagger toured the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo RainForest, while Stones drummer Charlie Watts took in the Western Reserve Historical Society’s Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum during the band’s stop in Cleveland last week. A Zoo spokeswoman said Jagger spent about two hours at the rain forest exhibit, accompanied by a small group. Watts, meanwhile, took in the Historical Society’s museum. A Society director told Watts he probably hadn’t expected to meet so many fans at an historical society museum. “Well, we’re getting historical ourselves,” Watts replied.

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