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  • Florida theme park flamingos take shelter as Hurricane Irma nears

    Busch Garden Tampa Bay moved its flock of flamingos to a shelter on Sunday, September 10, as Hurricane Irma swept northwards along the Florida’s Gulf Coast.The theme park activated an emergency plan to safeguard it’s 12,000 animal residents as the Category 2 storm made landfall near Naples, Florida, after having brought devastation to the Florida Keys and several Caribbean island nations. This video shows zoo staff moving the flamingos to their temporary new home.

Florida theme park flamingos take shelter as Hurricane Irma nears

Busch Garden Tampa Bay moved its flock of flamingos to a shelter on Sunday, September 10, as Hurricane Irma swept northwards along the Florida’s Gulf Coast.The theme park activated an emergency plan to safeguard it’s 12,000 animal residents as the Category 2 storm made landfall near Naples, Florida, after having brought devastation to the Florida Keys and several Caribbean island nations. This video shows zoo staff moving the flamingos to their temporary new home.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay via Storyful