The Jewish national fund has a large number of animal exhibits.
They are not all very well kept.
This one is one of the many that have been renovated and refurbished in recent years, and are being re-purposed for the museum.
The zoo is located on the grounds of the Jerusalem Zoo.
It is part of a larger exhibit in the Israeli settlement of Beit Shemesh.
The zoo has about 80 animals.
Many of them are small animals such as squirrels, mice, and cats.
It also has a small, white-tailed deer, a baby donkey, and a baby rabbit.
It has a great collection of rabbits and chickens.
A little further down the hall, on the other side of the exhibit, are a large assortment of birds and other animals.
One of the most notable is the large, white bird.
You can see it here in the upper-right corner of this photo:It is a little over 1,500 years old, and is believed to be the oldest bird in Israel.
“There’s a lot of speculation that this bird is the ancestor of all birds,” said Dr. David Gerson, director of the Israel Animal Conservation Society, the nation’s animal welfare organization.
“It’s the oldest living bird, and it’s not known what its ancestry is.”
The bird is about 3 feet tall and weighs about a pound.
Its wingspan is about 6 feet, and its neck is long.
Its beak is long and it has a white-tipped tail.
It has an interesting story behind its origins.
Its ancestors were killed for food, and when they were reanimated they became part of the local rabbit population.
It was then that the bird was given a new name.
The original name of this bird was ‘The Jew’ because of the fact that the birds originally were a persecuted group that were persecuted for their religion.
For more than 100 years, the zoo has hosted an annual gathering of Jewish people from around the world to share stories about their heritage.
The zoo also holds annual workshops in Hebrew and other languages to help educate visitors about the Jewish faith.
The Jewish National Museum is located in the city of Jerusalem.
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