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Alligators Not A Threat During Hurricane Irma, Wildlife Park Assures

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

Alligators are safe and sound during Irma, at least at one Florida wildlife reserve that thousands of reptiles call home.

Hurricane Irma: Zoos, wildlife centers hunker down as historic storm approaches Florida

Lifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Zoos and conservation centers in South Florida moved their animals — including howler monkeys, dingoes and turtles — to safety as Hurricane Irma appeared on track to strike this weekend. Read more...

Dozens of Dogs Left Tied Up in Florida as Hurricane Irma Approached

News : Slate: The Slatest

Authorities in south Florida rushed to rescue as many animals as possible ahead of Hurricane Irma’s arrival. In Palm Beach County, animal control officers rescued 49 dogs and two cats that weren’t just left inside a house, but rathe...

How Zoo Miami Will Protect Animals From Hurricane Irma’s Wrath in Florida

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

“This isn’t our first rodeo,” Zoo Miami Communications Director Ron Magill said.

Miami zoo secures animals ahead of ferocious Hurricane Irma

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

MIAMI (Reuters) - The Miami zoo is taking no chances with Peanut, a critically endangered white-rumped vulture, or with its more common pink flamingos, for that matter.

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