Officials at a Danish zoo denied Friday they had plans to destroy a giraffe to make room if the zoo acquires a female for breeding purposes.
Another British newspaper, the
"As a result of this we will of course keep both our giraffes, as we have stated all along," the post said. "There is no plan, and there has never been a plan to neither move or euthanize any of our giraffes."
An 18-month-old giraffe, also named Marius, was killed at the
Kadyrov has his own private zoo on the grounds of his palatial residence near the capital of Grozny, and offered to add Marius to his collection of animals, RIA Novosti reported Friday.
"I'm worried by reports that another giraffe is about to be slaughtered in
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