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The Latest on Animals from the Abandoned Zoo in Nigeria

Published on: April 26, 2023

Thanks to your donations, we were able to supply food to all the zoo animals as well as pay the animal caretakers. In doing so, the two lions – who we have since named Ton and Mirella – are back up on their feet in just two months, roaming out of their concrete cage to the grassy outdoors as and when they please. The other animals such as Hanena the hyena have gotten stronger too. Furthermore, paying the ground team means that looters stay away from the zoo.

Here is a short video on how some of the animals are doing now:

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