Back on April 12, news broke that a 75-year-old Floridian man named Marvin Hajos was killed on his farm by frightening, towering bird that made up one of 100 exotic animals that belonged to Mr. Hajos.
Emil Caddy - 05-12
WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO OWN SOMETHING LIKE THAT ,IT'S NOTHING exotic about a bird that kills
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Michelle Rubin - 28 days ago
Im almost possative when he wrote his last will and testimate about what his wishes were for his exotic animals to be resold he didnt actually no in hand one of them would actually kill him.
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Kim Thurber - 27 days ago
exotic animals belong in a zoo, sanctuary or in the wild. They are wild animals not ment to be pets.
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