The Smithsonian’s Ashlee Vance, who created the clipart exhibit, said the light show will be a chance for visitors to see how zoos are evolving and learning from one another.
Vance said the exhibition was inspired by the “wildlife show” that is now at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
The exhibit will also be a place for visitors and museum staff to interact with the animals and other people in the exhibit.
The exhibit will include a zoo clipart showing zoos working together to save wildlife habitats and the zoos conservation team.
Zoos can save endangered animals by using technology such as cameras and drones, or by using tools to capture footage of wildlife and then using that footage to protect those habitats, Vance said.
“The exhibit is going to highlight how zoons are using technology to help save endangered species,” Vance said, adding that there are many species of animals in the zoo exhibit.
“I’m really excited to see the zoo clip art with zoo clips and what we’re doing together to protect the animals.”
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