ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 24, 2011
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(Washington: Jonathan Karl) How animals sense weather disasters like yesterday's earthquake examined; scenes shown from the National Zoo in Washington, DC; details given about the 2004 Asian tsunami, the '75 quake in China, last year's Eureka quake and animal behavior. [Zoo curator Dr. Brandie SMITH†- says the animals sense an earthquake before it happens.] [At the zoo, KID - comments.]
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