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2 giraffes killed by lightning at Florida wildlife park

Seattle Times Tuesday, 11 June 2019
LOXAHATCHEE, Fla. (AP) — Officials at a Florida wildlife park say two giraffes that died last month were killed by lightning. Lion Country Safari posted Tuesday on Facebook that recent pathology results confirmed that the giraffes died as a result of a lightning strike and that the deaths were instantaneous. Officials at the facility in […]
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News video: Giraffes killed by lightning strike at Lion Country Safari, park officials confirm

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Lion County Safari confirms two giraffes were killed by a lightning strike during a storm about six weeks ago.

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