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Zoo animals roam flooded Georgian town

Updated 2349 GMT (0749 HKT) July 2, 2015
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The body of a white tiger lies on a stretcher near a zoo in Tbilisi, Georgia, on Wednesday, June 17. Police shot and killed the tiger after it killed a man at a warehouse. The tiger was among the hundreds of wild animals that escaped from a Tbilisi zoo after severe flooding destroyed their enclosures over the weekend. Tbilisi Police Press Service via AP
A man shoots a tranquilizer dart at a hippopotamus on a flooded street in Tbilisi on Sunday, June 14. Beso Gulashvili/REUTERS/LANDOV
The hippopotamus walks across a flooded street in Tbilisi on June 14. BESO GULASHVILI/AFP/Getty Images
People help the hippopotamus on June 14. Tinatin Kiguradze/AP
A bear sits on top of debris on June 14. Beso Gulashvili/AP
Municipal workers clean an area around the zoo on June 14. Shakh Aivazov/AP
A wounded swan is seen near the zoo on June 14. Beso Gulashvili/AP
A man carries a bird that he rescued on June 14. Beso Gulashvili/AP
A bear perches on a window ledge on the second floor of a Tbilisi building. BESO GULASHVILI/GEORGIAN PRIME MINISTER'S/EPA