Prague ZOO in trouble

The devastating floods which swept through parts of the Czech Republic last week led to the evacuation of over 220,000 people. Animals were equally vulnerable but much harder to evacuate. The Prague Zoo lost close to 100 animals in the floods which its director Petr Fejk describes as "the worst days of his life". And, environmentalists get their wish to grow "primeval forests" in the Czech Republic. But how long will it take? Find out more in this week's Magazine.