Venezuela’s zoo animals are starving, and a one-time actor wants to airlift them out

THE MIAMI HERALD – JIM WYSS

It sounds like a plan ripped from a Hollywood script.

A massive, C-130 Hercules cargo plane lands in western Venezuela, loads up starving and sick zoo animals in the dead of night and then transfers them to national parks around the world.

But that’s exactly what Raul Julia-Levy — an animal rights activist and actor who is hounded by controversy — is hoping to do.

Read more at the Miami Herald

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