by Duluth News Tribune
April 29, 2011 at 9:40 am in Duluth News Tribune
The primate, native to the island nation of Madagascar off the coast of Africa and a “near-threatened” species, collapsed during the night, zoo officials said. Continue Reading
Tags: animals, Duluth, Lake Superior Zoo 6 Comments »
Slow news day that the DNT has to cover dead animal stories? I did a couple of dead deer on Rice Lake road, could you cover those also?
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I shot a squirrel this afternoon if that counts. Just trying to help.
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I don’t mean to sound crass, but how do they know the thing collapsed? It was the middle of the night. Who was watching? And if anyone was watching they need to be brought in for questioning.
Maybe it was watching the NFL Draft and keeled over when the Vikings made another brilliant pick.
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Wow, Duluth area has such a high quality of caring people, don’t they? Did you miss the part about it being an endangered animal? Breeding programs are so important to the……..oh, never mind. Why talk to people like these.
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It’s not endangered. It’s dead.
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I hear they taste like chicken! Mmmm, mmmmm – grill me up some of that there lemur!
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