PETA Seeks Criminal Charges Against Lake Superior Zoo
PETA wants criminal charges filed against the Lake Superior Zoo because 14 animals drowned in the flooding.
The animal rights group sent a letter yesterday to Duluth’s city attorney asking for appropriate charges.
PETA says that with an advance warning of heavy rains, zoo officials knew there was danger but chose to leave animals in enclosures that flooded.
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