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A student of Odyssey The Global Preschool is too scared to feed the 26-year-old Rhino his snack. She is guided by Mr Mathias Quek who has been working at the zoo for 1-and-a-half years. Photo: Geneieve Teo
Students of Odyssey The Global Preschool each brought their own fingernail clippings to put in a jar at the Singapore Zoo's Nail Cutting Booth organised to raise awareness about the negative effects of cutting a Rhino's horn. Fingernails are used because it is made of keratin which is the same substance as a rhino horn. Photo: Geneieve Teo
Students of Odyssey The Global Preschool each brought their own fingernail clippings to put in a jar at the Singapore Zoo's Nail Cutting Booth organised to raise awareness about the negative effects of cutting a Rhino's horn. Fingernails are used because it is made of keratin which is the same substance as a rhino horn. Photo: Geneieve Teo
Students of Odyssey The Global Preschool each brought their own fingernail clippings to put in a jar at the Singapore Zoo's Nail Cutting Booth organised to raise awareness about the negative effects of cutting a Rhino's horn. Fingernails are used because it is made of keratin which is the same substance as a rhino horn. Photo: Geneieve Teo
Students of Odyssey The Global Preschool each brought their own fingernail clippings to put in a jar at the Singapore Zoo's Nail Cutting Booth organised to raise awareness about the negative effects of cutting a Rhino's horn. Fingernails are used because it is made of keratin which is the same substance as a rhino horn. Photo: Geneieve Teo
Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s rhinoceros keepers join guests in clipping their fingernails to symbolise their commitment to rhino conservation ahead of the month-long Rhinos in Trouble awareness campaign at Singapore Zoo, which starts on Sept 20, 2014. Photo: Wildlife Reserves Singapore
Pre-school guests at Singapore Zoo eager to show their support for rhinos lined up to drop their nail clippings into the Jar of Nails. The children, from Odyssey, the Global Pre-school, enjoyed a preview of the Rhinos in Trouble conservation awareness campaign which starts on Sept 20, 2014. Photo: Wildlife Reserves Singapore

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