Amazing Video: Elephants in Israel shield young during air raid

At Ramat Gan Safari, endangered animals react with cries to blaring sirens. Protective move is in stark contrast to Hamas using citizens as human shields.
While Israelis in the Tel Aviv area have been running for cover and crouching on the sides of highways when alarm sirens blared in recent days to warn of incoming rockets, the animals in Israel’s zoos had nowhere to go.

In a stark contrast to the inhumanness of Hamas using citizens as human shields in the Middle East conflict with Israel, elephants in Israel were seen huddling around their young ones to protect them during an air raid Wednesday at a safari park.

The Ramat Gan Safari, located in the Tel Aviv District, has the largest collection of wildlife in human care in the Middle East, and features a drive-through African safari and modern zoo on 250 acres. Israel’s Operation Protective Edge and the conflict with Hamas and Palestinian terrorist groups clearly have the animals on edge.

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