Zookeepers take the footprints of a Quokka at Taronga Zoo in Sydney. Keepers at Taronga Zoo have been collecting the footprints of almost 4,000 animals to make their mark and pledge their support for for the wild, and the zoo announced its commitment to an elephant protection project in Thailand’s Kui Buri National Park.  Picture: REUTERS/Daniel Munoz

Zookeepers take the footprints of a Quokka at Taronga Zoo in Sydney. Keepers at Taronga Zoo have been collecting the footprints of almost 4,000 animals to make their mark and pledge their support for for the wild, and the zoo announced its commitment to an elephant protection project in Thailand’s Kui Buri National Park.  Picture: REUTERS/Daniel Munoz

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