You Can See A Camel At the MN Zoo, But You Can’t Smoke One

The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports that effective this Saturday, June 20,┬áthe grounds of the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley will be 100% smokefree. Smoking will still be permitted at the zoo’s parking lot. The subject got me thinking of a famous anti-smoking ad campaign the Minnesota Department of Health launched in 1989. Remember the smoking animals?

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