Racine Zoo has been closed and the animals that were moved there are no longer being cared for.
The zoo closed on Sunday due to the severe winter storm and is now operating as a shelter for animals in need.
The Milwaukee County Zoo closed its doors on Monday after a severe winter Storm.
The Racine County Zoo has said it is unable to keep any animals because of the winter storm.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is now caring for animals, but they have not said how many animals they will need to keep.
The DNR is also working with the Racine Fire Department to determine the best way to care for the animals at the Racines fire station.
It is unclear if the animals have been given water or where the water is coming from.
The shelter at the Wisconsin DNR will be open, but the zoo is not currently open to the public, according to the DNR.