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Thirty-five animals at a zoo in the northern Mexico state of Chihuahua have frozen to death during the region's coldest weather in six decades.
Serengeti Zoo owner Alberto Hernandez says 14 parrots, 13 serpents, five iguanas, two crocodiles and a capuchin monkey died. He said Saturday that power failures cut off electrical heating at the zoo in the town of Aldama.
Temperatures have dropped to 9 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 13 Celsius) in the area, the coldest weather in 60 years.
Mexico has also withdrawn an offer to temporarily supply electricity to Texas, where power stations have been hit by similar problems.
A huge swathe of the US and Canada has also been hit by a massive winter storm.
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by pplrnuts
I myself would blame it on Mohammed.