Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Ok, This Is Awesome

Where do I sign? Zoo animals make paw-print pledge to protect elephants:


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'Tuka' the komodo dragon leaves a paw print on a canvas at Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia on June 27, 2012.


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'Tukta' the female elephant prepares to make her mark.


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'Mr Munro', a Fiordland penguin, jumps to the side after leaving his prints on a canvas.

Animals at an Australian zoo created a Hollywood-style Walk of Fame on Wednesday as they signed up to a worthy cause.

Taronga and Western Plains Zoo announced a new elephant conservation project in Thailand, Getty Images reports, and animals at the zoo made their own pledges by dipping their paws in paint and smudging them on canvas.
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