COSTA RICA-POLITICS-ANIMAL-ZOO-CLOSURE

Members of Costa Rica's Environment Ministry use a net to get animals out of the water after the closure of the Simon Bolivar State Zoo in San Jose, Costa Rica on May 11, 2024. Costa Rica's government announced on May 9 the closure of two state zoos, after 11 years of litigation over a 2013 bill that bans keeping caged wild animals in captivity. (Photo by Ezequiel Becerra / AFP) (Photo by EZEQUIEL BECERRA/AFP via Getty Images)
Members of Costa Rica's Environment Ministry use a net to get animals out of the water after the closure of the Simon Bolivar State Zoo in San Jose, Costa Rica on May 11, 2024. Costa Rica's government announced on May 9 the closure of two state zoos, after 11 years of litigation over a 2013 bill that bans keeping caged wild animals in captivity. (Photo by Ezequiel Becerra / AFP) (Photo by EZEQUIEL BECERRA/AFP via Getty Images)
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