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Feds cite Duluth zoo after farm animals died in flooding

U.S. Department of Agriculture officials on Aug. 28 cited the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth for inadequate shelter for its farm animals, roughly two months after devastating flooding hit Duluth, the Duluth News Tribune reports. Six sheep and four goats died at the zoo amid the flooding.

The zoo has already taken action to satisfy the USDA’s requirements, the newspaper says.

The zoo reopened about a month after the June 20 flood devastated the park.



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