Animals of Gyumri "Zoo" Will Leave Armenia
January 22, 11:00

The devastating conditions for animals at Gyumri “zoo” need to be changed urgently. The animals, two bears and three lions, will leave Armenia not to return as long as the country does not provide proper conditions for them. On January 19, Daily Mail’s Inside the World's Saddest Zoo went viral within minutes. The pictures show bears and lions who are forced to live off slaughterhouse scraps after being abandoned by the owner.

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