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Chinese embassy adopts 5 rhinos in NZG of South Africa

Updated: Dec 4,2014 1:52 PM     Xinhua

Yang Yirui (L), the Chinese embassy’s charge d’affaires and National Zoological Gardens (NZG) Managing Director Clifford Nxomani attend the adoption ceremony at NZG, in Pretoria, South Africa, on Dec 3, 2014. The Chinese embassy adopted five rhinos on Dec 3 in NZG of South Africa in Pretoria to protect the endangered wild animals.[Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on Dec 3, 2014 shows two of the rhinos adopted by Chinese embassy in South Africa at National Zoological Gardens (NZG), in Pretoria, South Africa. The Chinese embassy adopted five rhinos on Dec 3 in NZG of South Africa in Pretoria to protect the endangered wild animals.[Photo/Xinhua]

Yang Yirui, the Chinese embassy’s charge d’affaires speaks at National Zoological Gardens (NZG), in Pretoria, South Africa, on Dec 3, 2014. The Chinese embassy adopted five rhinos on Dec 3 in NZG of South Africa in Pretoria to protect the endangered wild animals. [Photo/Xinhua]

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