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Stuffed Animals Promote Conservation?

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No, not that sort of stuffed animal. We're talking real stuffed animals. A New Zealand couple has 300 stuffed animals in their collection. They claim that their collection promotes conservation and a greater appreciation for animals.

Sure. Nothing says "conservation" like a stuffed polar bear in your living room...

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I see nothing wrong with using a giant stuffed polar bear in your living room for a conversation piece. So long as it doesn't have signs of restitching around the naught buty and isn't in the house of a guy in his early 40's.

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AJC

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