Jerusalem zoo donates aid to animals injured in Australia wildfires
Israel is known for sending rescue teams in response to natural disasters around the world, from earthquakes to floods.
And the generosity of the Jewish state is not limited to mankind — The Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem announced that it will donate veterinary medical supplies to help the millions of animals affected by bushfires ravaging the Australian countryside.
Some reports from Australia estimate that 480 million animals have been killed in the fires so far.
The Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem zoo said this week it will donate money and medical supplies for the millions of animals injured including burn creams, milk replacers, wound sprays and hydration concentrates.
Fires have destroyed nearly 20 million acres of land Down Under, killed 25 people, destroyed thousands of homes and knocked out electricity and cellular service in large areas of the country.