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'Faces of the Wild' Endangered Animal Sculptures at Ruth Wittenberg Triangle

'Faces of the Wild' Endangered Animal Sculptures

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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