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Florida / Animals on Attack / Magill Interview #950244

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 12, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The incident in Florida in which a woman was attacked by a pack of racoons noted.

(Miami: John Zarrella) The animal attacks featured; scenes shown of a huge python, a buffo toad, iguanas. [Venom response team Lt. Lisa WOOD†, neighbor Kristi TURNER†, iguana victim Madison WELLS, zoo's Ron MAGILL†- comment on the animals.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Magill about Florida's animals on the loose. [With a python around his neck, MAGILL - calls Miami the Ellis island of exotic animals; states pets were released or escaped & love the habitat; comments on the numbers set free by Hurricane Andrew.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Zarrella, John

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