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Seenlada Supat wears an alligator costume, of course, as she serenades her friends at a zoo in Thailand. The 11-year-old plays a medley of Thai folk and pop songs on her keyboard for the resident lemurs, meerkats, zebras and hippos. The zoo, in the eastern province of Chonburi, has been closed to visitors during the pandemic. A zoo rep said the residents there have missed the usual stream of human visitors. Seenlada's music helps the animals feel relaxed and less lonely.
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