Sympathy for sled dogs

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March 18, 2017— A zoologist John Di Leonardo (right) laid flowers on the Statue of Balto, sled dog that delivered medicine to save Alaska’s children from diphtheria, in Central Park, New York City. He expressed his sympathy for dogs dead in the 2017 Iditarod sled dog race in Alaska. Photo by Hidefumi Nogami.
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March 18, 2017— A gravestone with a name of five dogs died in the 2017 Iditarod sled dog race in Alaska and those pictures were placed in front of the Statue of Balto, in Central Park, New York City by a zoologist John Di Leonardo. Photo by Hidefumi Nogami
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March 18, 2017— Under the gaze of citizens and tourists, a zoologist John Di Leonardo (front left) bent down and laid lily in front of the Statue of Balto in Central Park, New York City. He expressed his sympathy for dogs dead in the 2017 Iditarod sled dog race in Alaska. Photo by Hidefumi Nogami.
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March 18, 2017— A zoologist John Di Leonardo (right) gave an explanation to tourist about the Iditarod sled dog race in Alaska in front of the Statue of Balto in Central Park, New York City. “Every year many dogs die this cruel event. Enough is enough.” Photo by Hidefumi Nogami.
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March 18, 2017— While snow is falling, citizens and tourists stopped their feet in front of the Statue of Balto in Central Park, New York City. The Statue was covered with flowers for expressing condolences to dogs dead in the 2017 Iditarod sled dog race in Alaska. Photo by Hidefumi Nogami.

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