Cows, horses and sheep died in wildfires in Paraguay (VIDEO)

Firefighters estimate that 200 farm cows, sheep, horses and wild animals have died in the wildfires that started Tuesday in Paraguay.

The cause of the fire was the burning of garbage in Caapucu in southern Paraguay. In three days, the fires spread and burned down 10,000 hectares of forests and grasslands.

Animals couldn’t escape the fire because they were trapped behind fences.

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