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Resting Area At The Zoo
Australia

After walking around the zoo all day I decided to take a rest and take this shot of the resting area. The big intimidating trees provided alot of shade and just looked so awesome I had to capture the scene. Across the way you can see the Galapagos Tortoise exhibit with some Darwin inspired information boards.

Copyright: Aaronv2
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Uploaded: 27/02/2010
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Tags: zoo; perth; australia; trees; forrest; jungle
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