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Brazil Tigers: Family Pets or Public Danger?
September 27, 2013
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A Brazilian family counts nine 700-pound tigers among its members, additions which came after the father rescued two abused tigers from a traveling circus in 2005. But wildlife authorities say he's created a public danger.
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