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Zookeeper Mauled to Death by Tiger Cubs

  • Thu, 12 Oct 2017 17:15
A pair of white tiger cubs in India fatally mauled a zookeeper who had been on the job for only a week, the Times of India reports. The keeper, who goes by just Anji, 41, was pinned by the cubs on Saturday after entering their enclosure. He was herding the... Science from Newser

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