A monkey remains on the loose after exotic animals escaped from a private wildlife reserve in southern Ohio.
NewsNet5.com reports dozens of the animals had to be killed by authorities. The only remaining animal missing is a monkey, which is believed to be infected with the “herpes B” virus.
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Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz said the animals had to be killed included bears, lions and wolves. The animals were buried on the farm where they lived.
Lutz said in a news conference that the owner of the farm, Terry Thompson, had opened the cages before shooting himself.