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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    One of three leopards that was not freed from its cage at a Zanesville, Ohio, wild animal preserve was transferred to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The leopard was one of six animals that survived and was moved to the zoo.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    A macaque monkey that remained in its cage was moved from a Zanesville, Ohio, animal preserve to the Columbus Zoo. Dozens of animals, including Bengal tigers and lions, were freed by the preserve's suicidal owner and had to be killed by police.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    This bear peers out from behind bars while being moved from Terry Thompson's wild animal preserve in Zanesville, Ohio, to the Columbus Zoo. Thompson killed himself after releasing dozens of dangerous animals which has to be put down by police.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    This beautiful black leopard was one of six exotic animals that were left in their cages and survived the massacre of dozens of dangerous animals on Zanesville, Ohio, when owner Terry Thompson opened their cages and then killed himself.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    The king of beasts – 17 of them actually – were killed by police when 56 dangerous, exotic animals were set free Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011 by the suicidal owner of an animal reserve in Zanesville, Ohio.
    Fred Polks Jr.
  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    Police who arrived at the wild animal preserve had no choice but to kill the animals, who were spreading out and heading towards the road. The dead included nine male lions and eight female lions.
    Fred Polks Jr.
  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    A sad tableau of massacred animals who were set free in Zanesville, Ohio, and had to be killed to avoid a catastrophe.
    Fred Polks Jr.
  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    Eight female lions were among the animals that had to be dispatched in Zanesville, Ohio, on Oct. 18 and 19.
    Fred Polks Jr.
  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    Nine male lions were killed when they were released in Zanesville, Ohio, and threatened to menace the town.
    Fred Polks Jr.
  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    Part of the tragedy of the Zanesville animal massacre is that it included the deaths of 18 Bengal tigers, an animal that is threatened with extinction.
    Fred Polks Jr.
  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    Many of the animals, some weighing as much as 300 pounds, were killed by police firing their pistols in close quarters.
    Fred Polks Jr.
  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    A sign warns passing motorists about exotic animals on the loose from a wildlife preserve, Oct. 19, 2011 in Zanesville, Ohio. Muskingum County Animal Farm owner Terry Thompson was found dead after deputies received calls reporting wild animals on the loose west of Zanesville. The preserve kept exotic animals such as lions, tigers, mountain lions, wolves, bears, giraffes and camels.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz speaks to the media about exotic animals loose in the area, Oct. 18, 2011 in Zanesville, Ohio.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    Terry Thompson, 61, of Zanesville, Ohio, is shown in this mugshot, after he plead guilty in a U.S. District Court, April 5, 2010, to possessing eight illegal firearms, including five fully automatic firearms and three short-barreled firearms without serial numbers.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    A dead lion lays by the fence on Terry Thompson's farm near Zanesville, Ohio, Oct. 18, 2011.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    In the chaos of the effort to hunt down more than 50 wild animals, police arrested several people who tried to steal the carcass of a slain lion.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    The carcasses of a lion and a black bear lay side by side after the animal hunt was over.
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  • Terry Thompson: Exotic Animals Run Free

    A black bear was on the loose in Zanesville, Ohio, before it was killed along with 49 other animals.
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