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New York Zoos and Aquarium:  Build Your Wild Self

In this creative site you get to build yourself "wild."
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In this creative site you get to build yourself "wild." Begin the process by selecting a human body. Choose between a variety of eyes, hairstyles, eyebrows and all the other features needed to make your new self unique. Then go wild! Select various wildlife headgear, including horns or antlers, then move to your ears, face, arms and eyes. Keep on creating with a wacky set of wings, shells or quills just for fun. Make yourself complete by adding an interesting tail. And there you have it! Look in the mirror at your new "wild" self. Once "you" are complete, learn about the wildlife that make you so rare and special. Send to a friend or save to your desktop.

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