Zanesville leopard is euthanized after injury at zoo

01/30/2012 | WKRC-TV (Cincinnati)

Veterinarians at the Columbus Zoo euthanized a leopard that came from the Zanesville, Ohio, incident in which 56 exotic animals were released from their cages before their owner committed suicide. When zookeepers were moving the leopard, a closing door hit him in the neck, causing a severe spinal cord injury.

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