I think that the breaking in of a zoo is just one sign that shows how bad things have gotten in Venezuela. Lawlessness is common, and I don't think that things are going to get better unless something dramatic happens. This is actually a problem throughout South America, especially in Brazil.
The fact that a Venezuelan zoo has been broken into is a sign of how bad the conditions are in Venezuela. The people are hungry and looking for any means to keep themselves fed and alive and to have to resort to breaking into a zoo, just shows how bad things have gotten. More needs to be done by the government to support their people.
Things are so bad in Venezuela that citizens are now breaking into zoos. This is a sign of just how awful things are in the socialist country. Venezuelans constantly face shortages for essential items and foods. Now things are so horrible that residents are breaking into zoos to acquire items that they cannot find in stores.
No, the breaking in of a Venezuelan zoo is not a sign of how bad it has gotten there. Even if it has gotten really bad there, there is no reason to feel that the breaking in of a zoo is the sign of that. The crime rate is a sign of how bad it has gotten in Venezuela.