Brilliant Buenos Aires Zoo Ads

Imaginative but effective ads from the Buenos Aires Zoo. Via Toxel and thanks once again to Kevin Z.

"Get Much More for Less" Ads

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"The Kangaroos Have Arrived" Ads

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Many more below the fold

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"Now We Are Open Late" Ads

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"115 Years" Ads

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Together Video (note that we cannot endorse the historical accuracy of this friendship...)

Argentine readers please take note: I still do not have a shot glass from this zoo and Labor Day is coming soon, which is a HUGE gift giving holiday up here in the States.

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I totally got all sobby over the video. I'm like that.

Those ads are fantastic. Whoever created the campaign should get an award.