Zanesville Saddened After Exotic Animals Are Killed
By: Tom Borgerding //
October 20, 2011
It's been a wild 24 hours in Zanesville, Ohio. More than 50 lions, tigers and other exotic and dangerous animals were on the loose. Authorities say the owner let the animals out of their cages and then apparently committed suicide. Sheriff's deputies were forced to kill some of the animals.
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