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Flute player for birds at Chongqing wildlife park

2008-11-27 07:20:59 GMT2008-11-27 15:20:59 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

Animal keeper Lv Rubin blows a flute as he prepares to feed the birds in Chongqing Wildlife Park, southwest China's Chongqing municipality November 26, 2008. Lv has added the music into his everyday feeding task for over 1,000 birds in the park since September. [Asianewsphoto]

Animal keeper Lv Rubin blows a flute as he prepares to feed the birds in Chongqing Wildlife Park, southwest China's Chongqing municipality November 26, 2008. Lv has added the music into his everyday feeding task for over 1,000 birds in the park since September. [Asianewsphoto]

Animal keeper Lv Rubin blows a flute as he prepares to feed the birds in Chongqing Wildlife Park, southwest China's Chongqing municipality November 26, 2008. Lv has added the music into his everyday feeding task for over 1,000 birds in the park since September. [Asianewsphoto]

Animal keeper Lv Rubin blows a flute as he prepares to feed the birds in Chongqing Wildlife Park, southwest China's Chongqing municipality November 26, 2008. Lv has added the music into his everyday feeding task for over 1,000 birds in the park since September. [Asianewsphoto]

Animal keeper Lv Rubin blows a flute as he prepares to feed the birds in Chongqing Wildlife Park, southwest China's Chongqing municipality November 26, 2008. Lv has added the music into his everyday feeding task for over 1,000 birds in the park since September.

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