Chinese zoo busted for using animals as stand-ins

08/16/2013 | ABC News

A zoo in Luohe, China, was recently exposed for substituting other animals for exotic inhabitants, including using a Tibetan mastiff in place of a lion, another type of dog for a wolf, foxes instead of leopards and nutrias where snakes should have been.

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