6 released animals are now in Columbus Zoo's care

10/20/2011 | WEWS-TV (Cleveland)

Six of the 56 animals released in Zanesville, Ohio, this week were recovered and transported to the Columbus Zoo. A grizzly bear, two monkeys and three leopards will have complete physical exams today, zoo officials said. Forty-nine of the animals were killed by police, and though a monkey is not accounted for, officials speculate it was eaten by one of the larger animals.

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