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Save Wild Animals: the exhibition of ecological pictures by children in Moscow
21.02.2005 00:00

February 21 will see the opening of the exhibition of ecological pictures by children, called Save Wild Animals in the State Darwin Museum, Moscow. The exhibition initiated by the Russian office of the International Fund for Animal Welfare will last till March 24.
       The exhibition is the result of creative work of more than 15 thousand children who took part in the ecological pictures competition held in October 2004 in Russia within the framework of the Animal Protection Week.
       The week of animal protection is an IFAW educational project aiming at uniting and enlightening people all over the world.


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