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Animals leave footprints in Taronga Zoo, Australia

(People's Daily Online)

08:07, June 29, 2012

'Tuka', the Komodo dragon looks at the footprint it just left in Taronga Zoo, Australia. (Xinhua/AFP)

Edited and translated by Xue Meng, People's Daily Online

More than 4,000 animals have left their footprints in the Taronga Zoo in Australia. The zoo joined an elephant protection project initialized by a wildlife zoo in Thailand. By doing this, the Taronga Zoo would like to show their respect to the animal protection activities.

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