Animals Australia's zoo rescue featured on A Current Affair

Animals Australia's zoo rescue featured on A Current Affair
 
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PUBLISHED ON: 10 December 2018

The victims of Australia's live export trade led us to Jordan. But it was the suffering of a Syrian bear who first opened our eyes to the plight of animals in the country's zoos.

This heartwarming story of hope was featured on A Current Affair on Friday 6th December 2018.

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