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Giant Animals Take Over The Vatican In Stunning Light Show

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Six months ago, Pope Francis essentially dropped the microphone with his call for environmental justice, and now he's at it again.

This time, the Vatican wanted to create a spectacle.

The goal was to shine a spotlight on environmental issues like climate change that are facing the planet and its inhabitants.

And to call on the world's leaders to do their part.

Above, the team projects the image of a tiger onto the Empire State Building, a face for all of New York City to see.

The Vatican's light display comes at a crucial moment - the closing week of the 2015 global climate talks in Paris, France.

Below are several more photos of the earth's inhabitants, as beautifully projected by "Racing Extinction" and The Vatican.