The zoo in Sydney is holding a contest for Valentine’s day.
To participate in the competition can both men and women. Winners will be called Eastern brown snake — one of the most poisonous snakes in the world — in the name of a former lover or beloved.
To win the contest, the participant needs to explain why his former partner deserves the title of snake. The winner will be the one who can best articulate their claims. He will also receive a certificate for a free visit to the reptiles over the years.
To participate in the competition you must donate A$1 ($0,72) and fill out the form on the website. All money raised will go to Fund wildlife conservation. It sponsors research and educational activities on nature conservation in Australia.
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The Capital – Canberra
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Form of government – Constitutional monarchy
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Currency – Australian dollar
The name of the winner will be named on February 14 as Valentine’s Day.
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