Malabon Zoo owner appeals for donations
The Philippine Star|December 27, 2020
Rody, the tiger, plays in the water at the Malabon Zoo yesterday as owner Manny Tangco showed the zoo’s various animals to media.
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The owner of the Malabon Zoo has appealed for help to feed its animals, some named after celebrities, and to go on with housekeeping work as it remains closed to visitors due to government restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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