REPTILE COLLECTION TAKEN FROM NEW BRUNSWICK PET STORE

Aug 09, 2013

By Bob Sheppard

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Animal experts spent Friday clearing out twenty-three animals from the pet shop involved in the deaths of two little Campbellton, New Brunswick boys.

The collection included snakes, lizards and a Cuban crocodile.

Four American alligators had to be euthanized because no other facilities wanted to take them.

An African rock python killed the two boys – aged four and six – in an apartment above the pet store earlier this week.

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