Oakland Zoo raises cash for animals impacted by Texas storms

OAKLAND, Calif. (KRON) – Oakland Zoo announced an important contribution to help the animals fighting in Texas amid a string of winter storms.

An unusual freezing condition in Texas, Oklahoma, and the neighboring states shook millions in homes that were losing heat and electricity, and water in many homes.

At least 69 deaths in the United States have been attributed to the unusual weather explosion.

The Oakland Zoo has set up a fund to help the Association of Zoos and Aquariums save animals from extinction and rescue cold-stunned sea turtles.

The fund has raised $ 150,000 to date.

Our hearts go out to the animals fighting in Texas.

The Oakland Zoo has contributed to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums to Save Animals from Extinction to rescue cold-stunned sea turtles. To date, the fund has raised $ 150,000.

?: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department pic.twitter.com/Jj7ufUdhFs

– Oakland Zoo (@oakzoo) February 20, 2021

On Saturday, President Joe Biden a major catastrophe in Texas and asked federal agencies to identify additional resources to address the condition.

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