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A Menagerie of Matisses? Zoos Sell Animal Art

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A Menagerie of Matisses? Zoos Sell Animal Art

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A Menagerie of Matisses? Zoos Sell Animal Art

A Menagerie of Matisses? Zoos Sell Animal Art

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Several zoos across the country now sell paintings done by animals. The Houston Zoo, for example, offers a $500 experience, in which you can sit and watch an orangutan make a painting just for you.

Gigi Allianic, spokeswoman for Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo, talks about animal art with Scott Simon.

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