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    Abidjan Zoo Slowly Recovering After Years in Crisisi
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    January 04, 2016 4:02 PM
    The Abidjan zoo is slowly coming back to life after years of crisis and funding shortfalls. It became a symbol of devastation when dozens of animals starved during the 2010-2011 conflict amid fighting outside its walls. New lions and zebras have arrived, but hurdles remain to restoring the zoo to its glory days. Emilie Iob reports from Abidjan.

    Abidjan Zoo Slowly Recovering After Years in Crisis

    Published January 04, 2016

    The Abidjan zoo is slowly coming back to life after years of crisis and funding shortfalls. It became a symbol of devastation when dozens of animals starved during the 2010-2011 conflict amid fighting outside its walls. New lions and zebras have arrived, but hurdles remain to restoring the zoo to its glory days. Emilie Iob reports from Abidjan.


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