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Richard Clayderman performs ...for tortoises

Pianist Richard Clayderman has performed for an unusual audience at an equally unusual venue - endangered giant tortoises at a zoo.

The best-selling musician, who has been called "the prince of romance", performed for the Galapagos tortoises at ZSL London Zoo in the build-up to Valentine's Day.

French star Clayderman, who is staging a recording comeback after more than a decade, played at the tortoise enclosure in a bid to spark romance between Dirk - who is thought to be more than 70 - and his younger female companions Dolly, Priscilla and Polly, all 17, and 13-year-old Dolores.

 

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