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(KSL News) -- Earth Day celebrations have been in full swing across the state today.
At Utah's Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, kids made their own recycled paper and took part in an Earth Day pledge tree.
Salt Lake Mayor Rocky Anderson spoke, and various organizations showcased their environmentally friendly products and services.
As part of the celebration, zoo workers sat on brass rhinos, trying to get donations to help rhinos around the world.
Party-goers enjoyed several live performances, including some local Polynesian dancers.