Inflatable Rabbits Displayed at San Francisco center
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Inflatable Rabbits Displayed at San Francisco center

Five 7-meter high inflatable white rabbits were unveiled Monday at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza as part of a three-week public art installation.
Titled ‘Intrude’, the installation by artist Amanda Parer, has a surreal and playful tone and a serious message as well, ktvu.com reported.
Parer, an Australian, developed the piece to highlight the environmental damage caused by introducing non-native species to new habitats. In Australia, rabbits have destroyed habitat and threatened local ecosystems since their introduction in 1788.
The rabbits, which will be illuminated at night, will be on display at the Civic Center through April 25 before moving to the next stop on their North American tour.


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