KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A unique art exhibit is on display showing work from Kansas City Zoo animals.
More than a dozen animals from the zoo showed off their creative side by making art using their fingers, feet and paint brushes.
The National Association of Zoo Keepers is behind this effort to raise money for conservancy programs.
One-hundred percent of all proceeds from the sale of the paintings goes to www.savenature.org .
The animal art will be on display for the entire month of March and April at CODA Bar and Grill located near downtown Kansas City, Mo., at 1744 Broadway.
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