Among many homes and businesses ravaged by last June's flood, the Lake Superior Zoo was hard hit. Flood waters damaged zoo buildings, caused the death of 14 animals, and led to the escape of other animals.
It has been a few weeks since the flood of the century, but many people and the Lake Superior Zoo are still trying to piece things back together. But, thanks to some very kind and inspirational kids, the zoo has been given a little boost.
According to numerous news sources PETA (People for The Ethical Treatment of Animals) is urging the Duluth City Attorney Gunnar Johnson to file charges in connection with the death of 14 zoo animals in the recent flood.
It is a sad day in the Northland for fans of The Lake Superior Zoo..... Dolly the Llama passed away yesterday. Dolly was one of may animals in the children's petting zoo area and was always quick to come up to you and Hi, and hope for a treat
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