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>> Visit a regular zoo and you'll be expecting endangered animals, but at one of the world's oldest, it's a building which is crying for help. The 222 year old zoo in Paris needs help restoring historic buildings dating back to 1890.>> Whats special with a building like this is the quality of its construction.
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You can see clearly, there's a thatched roof, brush wood and between the brush wood. It's an original, very pretty building, but at the same time, it's very fragile.>> The building's occupants, normally the focus of protection campaigns, a sub species of rare and endangered wild horse from Mongolia.
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>> So the Przewalski horse, we've participated in a small way in saving it in its free state in Mongolia. And today we need to save the building which houses them. I think it's a great program.>> Signs next to the enclosure, calling for the horses home to be saved.
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The zoo seeking donations for the much needed renovations.