Jun 14, 2015
A huge flood in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi has devastated the city - and left some rather unusual survivors wandering around its streets. Lions, tigers, bears, hippos and even wolves escaped tProceed to the page: http://linkis.com/abGM4
Residents in the Georgian capital Tbilisi have been warned to stay indoors after dangerous animals escaped for the city's zoo after flash floods destroyed their enclosures, setting them free.
Wild animals including lions, tigers, bears, jaguars, wolves and other animals escaped from their zoo this morning after serious flood and are currently roaming the streets of Tbilisi, the capital ...
Wild animals including lions, tigers, bears, jaguars, wolves and other animals escaped from their zoo this morning after serious flood and are currently roami
Seven people are reported dead and many are still missing as flash floods hit Tbilisi, Georgia. Officials have warned people to stay at home as tigers, bears and wolves escaped from the zoo and are roaming the city.
The rising waters wrecked the animals' enclosures, sending tigers, lions, bears, wolves and at least one hippo into the streets of the Georgian capital.
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