Zanesville Animal Massacre Included 18 Rare Bengal Tigers

The massacre began Tuesday evening when sheriff deputies arrived at a notorious wild animal preserve in Zanesville, Ohio, to see Bengal tigers, lions, bears and other ferocious animals wandering away, some headed for the highway. Fearing the animals would scatter and terrorize the town, officers began dispatching the wildlife with their pistols. "These animals were on the move and were showing aggressive behavior," said Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz. "There were some very close calls,"...Full Story
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