GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — An international charity has removed 15 animals rescued from the Gaza Strip's main zoo, dubbed "the worst in the world."
Four Paws, an animal welfare group, will resettle the animals from the Khan Younis zoo abroad, where they will have a chance at a better life. The rescue was announced last week.
The removal of the animals, completed Wednesday, effectively closed the zoo. Most of the animals are headed to Jordan while a tiger is moving to South Africa.