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Wild Animals Are Loose On The Streets As Floods Hit Georgia

Wild Animals Are Loose On The Streets As Floods Hit Georgia
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Recent flooding in Georgia's capital Tbilisi after a massive rain claims 12 lives and leaves dozens injured. And many of the deadly wild animals escaped from the Tbilisi Zoo as the flood destroyed the zoo's enclosures. More than 30 dangerous animals are seen roaming the streets of Tbilisi creating a catastrophic scene in the capital city.

The government mobilized the special forces to control the zoo animals from harming the local people. Many animals in the zoo died and several are loose on the streets. Officials say three zoo workers also died in the floods. 
The church leaders say the disaster is a punishment from God as the zoo was built on the money raised from destroying their churches. 

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People are told to stay inside homes due to the risk of wild animals on streets.

People are told to stay inside homes due to the risk of wild animals on streets.

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Hippopotamus, tigers, lions, bears, etc. escaped out of the zoo and Tbilisi had an apocalyptic scene.

Hippopotamus, tigers, lions, bears, etc. escaped out of the zoo and Tbilisi had an apocalyptic scene.
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Zoo members shot an escaped hippopotamus with a tranquilizer gun.

Zoo members shot an escaped hippopotamus with a tranquilizer gun.
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More than 30 dangerous animals escaped from Tbilisi Zoo after flooding.

More than 30 dangerous animals escaped from Tbilisi Zoo after flooding.
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A man rescues a bird from a flooding.

A man rescues a bird from a flooding.
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A runaway bear sits on the window as it escapes from the zoo after a massive flood.

A runaway bear sits on the window as it escapes from the zoo after a massive flood.
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Unfortunately, some animals died in the flood.

Unfortunately, some animals died in the flood.
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Authorities are paying careful attention to save people from these dangerous wild animals.

Authorities are paying careful attention to save people from these dangerous wild animals.
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A rescue worker tends to the dead lion after the flood following a heavy rain.

A rescue worker tends to the dead lion after the flood following a heavy rain.
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Submerged cars in floodwaters. Flood damaged many buildings as well.

Submerged cars in floodwaters. Flood damaged many buildings as well.
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