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Australian artists and conservationists, Gillie and Marc Schattner, are unveiling their "Faces of the Wild" installation in Greenwich Village's Ruth Wittenberg Triangle. The four-month exhibit features nine, six-foot-tall sculptures representing some of the most endangered animals in the world. Each of the sculptures, including the western lowland gorilla and the African forest elephant, contains a QR code that provides information on each of the animals, including the threats to their survival. By scanning the code, the public will have an opportunity to make a direct donation to World Wildlife Fund, Gillie and Marc's charity partner, to help support the protection of endangered animals.
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