Girl partners with Great Plains Zoo to raise awareness of endangered species through art
A 10-year-old girl has partnered with The Great Plains Zoo to share her artistic talents and passion for animals.
Bria Neff created a coloring book to raise awareness of animals facing possible extinction.
"Endangered Faces of The Great Plains Zoo" features coloring pages of the zoo's 24 endangered species, and messages about protecting animals.
Neff hopes the coloring book will help other kids learn about the importance of protecting these endangered animals.
"I hope they can learn that they can help and save the animals, and they can change the world," she said.
You can pick up the coloring book at the zoo's gift shop. All of the proceeds will go to supporting the conservation efforts at The Great Plains Zoo.