San Francisco Zoo Re-Opens after Tiger Attack

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The San Francisco Zoo reopens Thursday, still embroiled in investigation, controversy and potential lawsuits over a Christmas day tiger mauling that left one zoo visitor dead and two others injured.

As new details continue to emerge on what might have provoked the tiger, zoo officials face accusations that they had reason to suspect that the big cat habitat was inadequate.



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