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Ziniaré Zoo Rescue – Published on The Epoch Times

Published on: November 18, 2020
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The Epoch Times published an article on Wild at Life e.V.’s Ziniaré Zoo mission, detailing the improvements seen after Wild at Life e.V.’s intervention. For example, the hippos now have a clean pool, which was half-empty before and filled with algae. The article is in English.

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Ziniaré Zoo, Burkina Faso
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