On the Polish side, the animals have almost given up, but they have managed to get out of the city and their condition can begin to be assessed and, of course, the shock effect treated.
These animals have been subjected to invaluable shock in recent days.
The plethora of explosions, noise, vibrations, air defense alarms, it is no wonder they survived.
According to caregivers in Kiev, the animals have been terribly shocked, but their condition is constantly monitored and their health is monitored and given a sedative if necessary. By the way, the only gorilla in Ukraine lives in the zoo, for the time being she is well and the zoo also has basic services, water, electricity and heating.
Written in the post of a journalist