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It's an indoor jungle out there

Using spare time on weekends, a Surrey artist has created an indoor jungle.

Travis Vagner, 36, (left) spent about 180 hours creating a mural in a hallway at the Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children in Vancouver – the handiwork being captured on a time-lapse video.

The centre, under the auspices of BC Children's Hospital, provides specialized care for children up to age 19 with disabilities and their families.

Vagner is currently working on two other charitable projects in the Lower Mainland.

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