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Stars come out to support London and Whipsnade zoos

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Stars come out to support London and Whipsnade zoos

Stars come out to support London and Whipsnade zoos

A host of celebrities are lining up behind Sir David Attenborough to support ZSL London Zoo in its hour of need in a new video conference call-themed campaign.Top talent including Jonathan Ross, Catherine Tate and Alan Carr voice zoo animals plotting ways to save the zoo.


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