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Philippines evacuates farm animals as volcano simmers

 
After evacuating about 55,000 people, Philippine authorities said Sunday they were labouring to move thousands of farm animals from areas threatened by the country's most active volcano.
About 3,000 animals, mostly water buffaloes, cows and goats, are still in the six-kilometre (3.8-mile) "danger zone" around Mayon volcano which is showing signs of possibly erupting, said provincial governor Joey Salceda.
"We have been doing this for two weeks so there may be about 3,000 animals left that we have to chase after," he said on radio station DZMM.
He said about 6,000 pet dogs and other "animal companions" and 10,000 farm animals had already been moved to safety.
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