Animals saved from war: Several species find peace in Jordan

Last summer, during heavy bombing, several animals were rescued from a zoo in Aleppo and, today, are living peacefully in a refuge in Jordan.

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    Wild animals rescued from the Syrian city of Aleppo have found a home in northern Jordan.

    The lions, tigers and bears are now living in a nature reserve dedicated to rescuing creatures from conflicts, including animals from Iraq and Gaza.

    Al Jazeera's Brandice Alexander reports.


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