Reptile menagerie found in Wis. home

A collection of reptiles was discovered in the yard and basement of a Kenosha, Wis., home after authorities responded to a call reporting possible animal abuse. Racine Zoo staff and biology professor Greg Mayer were also on hand to help remove the animals, which included a Gila monster and American alligators. A number of animal carcasses were found in the yard. No charges have been filed, but authorities are investigating.

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