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Exposure | Animals Abroad

By Veronica Liow, Anna Letson, and Euan Prentis

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When you’re abroad and separated from your pets at home, it’s hard to find an animal to fill the void. To do so, a lot of us end up taking pictures of other people’s animals, strays on the street and other random animal spottings. From cats running around the Greek Isles to dogs in Barcelona, and even a rogue camel in Tunis, the animal kingdom reigns in all shapes, colors and sizes. Whether they are replicas of our beloved nonhuman best friends or exotic creatures we may never see again, these animals add an element of home to a foreign country.

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About the Contributors
Veronica Liow, Assistant Managing Editor
Veronica Liow is the Assistant Managing Editor for the Washington Square News. From the Bay Area, she is an advocate of the term, “hella.” More than (almost) anything, she loves pugs. You can find her drinking green tea almost everywhere, anytime. When she’s not having anxiety over what will be her concentration in Gallatin after...
Anna Letson, Senior Multimedia Editor
Anna Letson is the Multimedia Editor at the Washington Square News. She is a junior in Gallatin and finally ready for you to ask her about her concentration. She loves all sorts of photography, but has a soft spot for analog, and not because it’s hipster (though hailing from Seattle could have something to do...
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