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Over the space of ten days this year, Animals Lebanon rescued two baby hyenas, two tigers, a lion, the Beirut river crocodile, a family of baboons, and the last chimpanzee in Lebanon. Certainly no one can accuse the NGO, founded in 2008, of being lax in their mission to improve the welfare of animals.On Saturday the organization is hosting Lebanon's own World Animal Day event, kicking off at 4 p.m. in Ajami Square at the Beirut Souks. Animals Lebanon has also worked closely with the Ministry of Agriculture to draft a national law for the protection and welfare of animals.Capitalizing on this compassion is key to expanding the awareness of animal rights in Lebanon.Animals Lebanon's World Animal Day event begins at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 11 at Ajami Square in the Beirut Souks.
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