Released Ohio exotic animals lived in deplorable conditions

11/3/2011 | USA Today

The Ohio exotic animals released by their owner, who then committed suicide, were living in "horrific" conditions on the farm, according to Tom Stalf of the Columbus Zoo. Primates and a bear were kept in bird cages, while Bengal tigers were housed in enclosures far too small for their needs.

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