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Venezuela’s Hunger Causes Zoo Animals to Be Stolen and Eaten

Local thieves have stolen animals from a zoo in a state of Zulia, Venezuela, this Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 16, 2017, according to reports.

The perpetrators are believed to have sole a stolen animals as food, according to Luis Morales. The central from a Zulia multiplication of a National Police also indicated that residents are struggling to find food supplies. A military officer pronounced that a zoo has suffered several attacks during a weekend.

A call of thefts in new weeks had influenced over 10 class including a buffalo, a conduct of a zoo, Leonardo Nuñez, has confirmed. He attributed this to “drug dealers” who knows what they are doing instead of elementary thieves.

“They take all here! The animals were stolen to be eaten,” Nunez pronounced in an talk on Wednesday.

The mercantile and domestic predicament in Venezuela affects a bad people a most. The struggles to find something to eat have caused Venezuelans to demeanour elsewhere. It significantly increases rapist actions and guarantees that they will occur again.

Even yet Venezuelans are failing because of a onslaught to find food, so are the animals. There are reports that prove that a animals are not receiving correct feeding. Over 50 animals carnivorous to genocide final year during a Caracas zoos, according to a kinship leader.

Written by Gian Torres
Edited by Cathy Milne

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Reuters: Police trust thieves take Venezuela zoo animals to eat them

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Venezuela’s Hunger Causes Zoo Animals to Be Stolen and Eaten combined by Cathy Milne on Aug 16, 2017
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