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Jun 14, 2015

Zoo Animals Roam The Streets After Heavy Flooding In Tbilisi

Zoo Animals Roam The Streets After Heavy Flooding In Tbilisi

Last night heavy rainfall caused major flooding in Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia.
As a result of this flooding, some cages at Tbilisi zoo were damaged and animals such as bears, wolves, tigers, lions and hippos escaped and were left to roam the streets.
This in turn gave the world some very surreal pictures.

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A hippopotamus walks across flooded street in Tbilisi BESO GULASHVILI/REUTERS

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A man gestures to a hippopotamus at a flooded street in Tbilisi, Georgia BESO GULASHVILI/REUTERS

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A hippopotamus walks across flooded street in Tbilisi BESO GULASHVILI/REUTERS

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A hippopotamus walks across a flooded street in Tbilisi BESO GULASHVILI/REUTERS

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A serviceman stands near a hippopotamus at a flooded street in Tbilisi BESO GULASHVILI/REUTERS

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A man shoots a tranquilizer dart to put a hippopotamus to sleep at a flooded street in Tbilisi BESO GULASHVILI/REUTERS

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A man directs a hippopotamus after it was shot with a tranquilizer dart at a flooded street in Tbilisi BESO GULASHVILI/REUTERS

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Crocodile in the streets of Tbilisi, Georgia, after heavy flooding damaged cages at the local zoo /Via Twitter

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