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With disastrous Hurricane Irma tearing through the Caribbean and headed for South Florida this weekend, zoos and conservation centers have taken precaution in anticipation.
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'We have large African antelope here and unfortunately they cannot be caught up and put in small spaces they're out in their environment and hopefully they'll hunker down and be fine,' he added.
He also stated that many zoos and centers can't evacuate animals due to their large numbers being too hard to accommodate.
'A mile or two can make a huge difference for a wildlife facility, and it's not just the stress on the animals of catching them up, but then realizing you have to have enclosures to release them into after the storm passes,' he said.
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'The animals in our care are endangered species, they require very special care — facilities are not provisioned to do that on normal day, much less in an emergency,' he said.
'We're kind of stuck with riding these things out.'But the uncertainty of how severe the Hurricane will be leaves a lot of the facilities playing the waiting game.
Photo from Hurricane Floyd Miami will experience the first wave of the storm by Sunday morning. Paul Reillo, founder and president of the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation in Loxahatchee, said on Thursday that they would ride out the storm to keep their animals safe. 'You can't crate them and walk away — our prime directive is to save lives here.'Depending on the path of the storm, the foundation would spend late Friday into early Saturday bringing smaller animals inside but they have already boarded up the structures.