By THE NEW YORK TIMES September 10, 2017 Hurricane Irma closed in on the Florida Keys early Sunday morning, gaining strength and wielding winds of up to 130 miles an hour, on track for an early-morning landfall after leaving a path of destruction...
While millions of humans are evacuating ahead of the storm, the relocation of animals is an extra challenge.
A re-energized Irma made landfall in Cuba as a Category 5 and has prompted one of the largest evacuations in American history.
One of the most potent Atlantic Ocean hurricane ever recorded battered the Turks and Caicos on Friday.
The death toll is at least 11, and nearly 70 percent of households in Puerto Rico were without power.