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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 20, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The shock following of the killing of exotic animals released in Ohio by their owner Terry Thompson updated.

(Toledo, Ohio: Jason Carroll) The keeping of exotic animals examined; scenes shown from a private game reserve in Toledo; Connecticut and California chimp attack 911 calls played. [Animal owner Kenny HETRICK†- comments.] Map shown of states with loose laws on owning exotic animals and those banning it shown. [Muskingum County deputy sheriff Jonathan MERRY†- comments on the animal laws.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Columbus Zoo director emeritus Jack Hanna on the private ownership of exotic animals. [In Houston, HANNA - says we need private breeders, but need to look at permits for dangerous animals; comments on the market for these animals.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason

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