See that cute animal? It's about to go extinct: Dear Zoo gets an update

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Look After Us, a companion book to Dear Zoo, delivers hard lessons about saving wildlife, explains its author, Rod Campbell

The elephant was too big, the lion was too fierce and the camel was too grumpy. For nearly 40 years, the characters of Dear Zoo have successfully convinced generations of children that wild animals belong in zoos – and that most definitely do not make good pets.

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Now, the author of the children’s classic, Rod Campbell, wants to convey an altogether different and more serious message to families today about the endangered species in his most famous book: “We need to look after them better.”

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See that cute animal? It's about to go extinct: Dear Zoo gets an update

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Look After Us, a companion book to Dear Zoo, delivers hard lessons about saving wildlife, explains its author, Rod Campbell

The elephant was too big, the lion was too fierce and the camel was too grumpy. For nearly 40 years, the characters of Dear Zoo have successfully convinced generations of children that wild animals belong in zoos – and that most definitely do not make good pets.

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Now, the author of the children’s classic, Rod Campbell, wants to convey an altogether different and more serious message to families today about the endangered species in his most famous book: “We need to look after them better.”

Continue reading...

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