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The Last Animals

A project in Beirut, Lebanon by Kate Brooks
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Over the past two years, the slaughter of African elephants and rhinoceros has skyrocketed to supply international markets.
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Funded: $50,752 of $50,000
Dates: Nov 12th -> Jan 2nd (52 days)
Project By: Kate Brooks
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