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Last night in #NYC a unique project was brought to life on the #EmpireStateBuilding. Filmmakers projected images of endangered species on the building in the hope of inspiring protection for these animals from mankind. #Cecilthelion was featured in the project along with 160 different animals. Click
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Cecil the lion and other endangered species projected on the the Empire State Building
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