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In Depth (Animal Trade: Baby Zoo Animals) Part I #629710

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 18, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Zoo statistics cited.

(Denver: Roger O'Neil) The concerns about baby zoo animals once they grow up examined; scenes shown of various zoo animals. [Humane Society's Richard FARINATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) - says zoos are a business.] The fate of surplus exotic zoo animals outlined. [CDC (Centers for Disease Control) research veterinarian Dr. Stephanie OSTROWSKI - says nobody knows what happens to most animals that leave zoos.] [American Zoo and Aquarium Society Michael HUTCHINS - says there is a problem concerning the animals.] [Animal sanctuary owner Pat DERBY - talks about animals she has helped save.]

Brokaw, Tom;
O'Neil, Roger

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