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Polish zoo helps tigers stopped on border

10.12.2019 15:55
Earlier this autumn, a lorry carrying 10 tigers from Italy to Russia was stranded for days on the Polish-Belarusian border after the drivers failed to produce proper documentation to Belarusian authorities.
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One of the animals died at the time.

The case caused a scandal and raised a number of questions about the keeping and farming of exotic species.

Seven of the tigers were eventually taken in by a zoo in the western Polish city of Poznań.

Five of these have now been moved to an animal shelter in Spain.

Meanwhile, the Poznań zoo has been visited by lawmakers from a Polish parliamentary team for animal welfare to discuss potential changes in regulations.

Elżbieta Krajewska talked to the director of the Poznań zoo, Ewa Zgrabczyńska.