Need a coronavirus face mask? The Cincinnati Zoo has you covered.

You can protect yourself and others while looking like your favorite zoo animals during the coronavirus pandemic thanks to new face masks from the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.

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The zoo created five face masks in adult, youth and toddler sizes featuring Fiona the hippo, a red panda, Moe the sloth and a giraffe.

The masks are available for pre-sale on the zoo's website and prices range for $16.99 to $18.99.

Masks will be shipped after May 10.

The masks are not medical-grade, according to the zoo’s website, but can be worn over medical masks and then reused.

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Earlier this month, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that Americans cover their face when leaving home, especially when around others.

Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director have urged Ohioans to wear face masks, bandannas or other cloth coverings when leaving home, but to leave medical-grade masks for health care workers and others on the front lines of the pandemic.

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