Zoo boss rescues animals from the bush-fires - saved them at home

The heroic zoo-manager of Mogo Zoo in New South Wales in Australia have rescued several animals from the flames, as they raserende the bush fires hit the zoo.

Zoo boss rescues animals from the bush-fires - saved them at home

The heroic zoo-manager of Mogo Zoo in New South Wales in Australia have rescued several animals from the flames, as they raserende the bush fires hit the zoo.

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
02 January 2020 Thursday 02:00
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Zoo boss rescues animals from the bush-fires - saved them at home

The heroic zoo-manager of Mogo Zoo in New South Wales in Australia have rescued several animals from the flames, as they raserende the bush fires hit the zoo.

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Thank you so much for all the concern and well wishes for all the animals that Mogo Wildlife Park. Thankfully every single one is safe due to the amazing and tireless work from the whole team down here. They are such a special group of people who honestly protected the animals they love with absolutely everything they had I took this photo just before it got really dark and scary on-site #whataday #mogowildlifepark

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Chad Staples, who is director of Mogo Zoo, tells that it was the 'apocalyptic conditions', when he and his 15 employees struggled to save the park's more than 200 animals, as the flames hit the park. No one - neither the servants or animals - came according him to damage thanks to the quick and effective rescue mission, where some of the employees sprayed water against the flames, while others did everything they could to get the animals to be quiet.

- It was like Armageddon, it was black as midnight with a red glow, says Chad Staples to the ABC.

- That was sent the evacuation notice out in the city (Mogo, red.) around 6 o'clock in the morning, but the zoo's plan has always be to protect the site, so that we can protect the animals. And thanks to the amazing team who just loves the animals as if they were their family, so we managed. It was amazing, " continues Chad Staples.

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Thankfully as archers movable perch,I also got to meet the very cool and hilarious @rebelwilson today, Such a fun morning with 2 of the best home-grown ambassadors Australia has to offer

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In each and every room in his own home tumbles, it is now among the other monkeys and red pandas, because he has chosen to take them home for themselves, where they have so far in safety.

The larger and dangerous animals such as lions, tigers, and orangutans were they protected by luring them down in their nathuler.

Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo, which is home to about 200 animals and has Australia's largest collection of primates in addition to lots of giraffes, lions, tigers, white rhinos, red pandas and snow leopards. The park spans over approximately 33 hectares of bushland.

Updated: 02.01.2020 02:00
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