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Black panther found in Ukraine finds refuge in France


Kiara, a six-month-old black panther, has found a home at a wildlife refuge in France's Loire region after being saved from animal trafficking. After she was found in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, the panther spent a few weeks in a Polish animal park before arriving in France.

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