Feds Say 'Tiger King' Zoo Is Neglecting Protected Animals

Law360 (November 19, 2020, 9:45 PM EST) -- The zoo featured in the hit Netflix series "Tiger King" and its current owners are violating the Endangered Species Act by providing substandard living conditions for tigers, lions, a grizzly bear, ring-tailed lemurs and other animals, prosecutors said in an Oklahoma federal court complaint Thursday.

Federal prosecutors say that the zoo featured in Neflix's hit series "Tiger King" is neglecting its animals. The U.S. Department of Justice said U.S. Department of Agriculture inspections over the summer revealed underfed animals, animals with untreated injuries that sometimes led to early deaths, and animals covered in flies that would lay eggs under the animals'...

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