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A wolf and a monkey were the last two exotic animals on the loose in Zanesville, Ohio after police shot or tranquilized as many as 45 others today.

Wild Animals and National Media Run Loose in Zanesville, Ohio

A wolf and a monkey were the last two exotic animals on the loose in Zanesville, Ohio after police shot or tranquilized as many as 45 others today.

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