Zoo animals on the loose after flooding in Georgia’s capital

At least eight people have died in Georgia’s capital after severe flooding overnight. Sections of the zoo were destroyed, allowing tigers, lions, bears and other animals to escape and roam the streets of Tbilisi.

At least eight people have died in Georgia’s capital after severe flooding overnight. Sections of the zoo were destroyed, allowing tigers, lions, bears and other animals to escape and roam the streets of Tbilisi.

At least five people died and several remain missing after heavy rainfall and winds hit the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, overnight.

Residents are being urged to stay indoors after heavy flooding damaged enclosures at the capital’s zoo, allowing many of the animals to escape.
 
 
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