Sumatran tigers diagnosed with covid-19 in Indonesia

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Nine-year-old Tino and 12-year-old Hari became infected in mid-July and developed flu symptoms, breathing difficulties and loss of appetite.

Two Sumatra tigers infected with covid-19 in a zoo in Jakarta, informed this Sunday (1) the authorities indonesians, who try to investigate how the infection of these animals at critical risk of extinction occurred.

Nine-year-old Tino and 12-year-old Hari tested positive in mid-July after experiencing flu-like symptoms, breathing difficulties and loss of appetite.

Both males received treatment and are recovering.

Both “are in good health,” said Suzi Marsitawati of the Jakarta Park and Forest Service in a statement. “They have an appetite again and are active”.

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