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Youngsters learn importance of clean teeth on Go! Rhinos trail
THESE two youngsters discovered the importance of cleaning their teeth as they tracked rhinos through Southampton.
Alfie Allen and George Hewlett, both aged three, got straight to work polishing their pearly whites when they discovered Flossy on the Go! Rhinos trail through the city.
The rhino dental nurse, sponsored by Denplan, can be found on the corner of Commercial Road where it meets Above Bar Street and with such big teeth, she knows just how problematic getting a toothache can be.
Their grandmother Delia Hughes, from Hedge End, took the boys on the trail, which aims to boost the local economy by attracting thousands of tourists into the city.
They are the latest entries into the Daily Echo's Go! Rhinos photo competition, looking for the most imaginative ways to have your picture taken with one of the rhinos, without touching it.
The winning photo will win a Junior Experience worth £150, which gives one lucky youngster an unforgettable opportunity to be a zookeeper for the day.
The best of the rest will appear in a special souvenir supplement of photographs at the end of the trail.
Just email your photographs to email@example.com, with your name, address, contact telephone number and the names and ages of those in the picture, plus where they are from.
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