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Animals in the City 4 of 5


There are rhinos all over the city at the moment.  As for sunrise this is the only sunrise I saw, working late most nights puts me even more than normal out of sorts with the early morning.

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  1. Do you know what the rhinos are promoting if anything. If it were in Melbourne, it'd be to do with trams being as large as rhinos.

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  2. I think they are promoting Taronga Zoo.

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    1. Yes it is but I am not much in love with. Too plastic

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  3. It's a jungle out there! :D)

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    1. The city feels more like a jungle every time I visit.

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  4. At night they come alive and romp through the city.

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