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Animal farm comes to campus

Students and staff were in for a treat on Wednesday 2 May when a selection of farmyard animals arrived on campus.

The petting zoo event was organised by the LSESU, as part of their ‘De-stress Fest’, in an attempt to help students de-stress during the exam period. The event was also enjoyed by staff, members of the public and children from the LSE nursery.

The animals, which included a donkey, a pony, goats, pigs, ducks, rabbits, guinea pigs and some chickens, travelled all the way from Leicestershire for their visit to LSE. While holding a rabbit, one student remarked: ‘I feel 100 per cent more relaxed than I did 10 minutes ago. This was such a good idea!’

See pictures below.

LSESU Petting Zoo   LSESU Petting Zoo

LSESU Petting Zoo   LSESU Petting Zoo

LSESU Petting Zoo   LSESU Petting Zoo

LSESU Petting Zoo   LSESU Petting Zoo

LSESU Petting Zoo   LSESU Petting Zoo

LSESU Petting Zoo   LSESU Petting Zoo

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