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Travel Tidbits: Animals at Airports

Update on the large flamingo at Tampa Int’l Airport

The airport artwork team at StuckatTheAirport.com can barely wait for Tampa International Airport to finish the installation of a 21-foot tall sculpture of a flamingo inside the predominant terminal.

When finished the big chicken will appear to be gently dipping its head below the water’s surface.

TPA shared the information this week that the 6,0000 kilos of custom-made ceiling panels designed to copy the floor of the water surrounding the flamingo have ultimately arrived in Tampa from Japan and are being prepared for set up.

On Watch for Wildlife at SEA Airport

Speaking of flora and fauna…

There’s a brand new exhibit at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) encouraging passengers to help keep endangered animals around the sector.

The show off consists of facts about endangered animals and illegal animal trafficking.

Included in the show are examples of confiscated illegally trafficked natural world artifacts along sustainable appearance-alikes.

Look for the show off in SEA’s S Concourse, the departure factor for most international flights.

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