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How Manatees, Alligators And Flamingos Are Surviving Hurricane Irma

Over the past week, Irma has redefined our expectations of how powerful a hurricane can be and left devastation in its wake. The once-Category 5 cyclone roared through the Caribbean, leaving one million people in Puerto Rico without power, and caused significant flooding in Miami, Naples and many other parts of Florida. It was difficult enough for seasoned hurricane veterans to hunker down for the storm, and adding the thousands of animals from Florida's zoos and theme parks into the equation made preparations even more difficult.
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