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LAKE SUPERIOR ZOO

Lily, 14, was euthanized after suffering from an untreatable health condition. Her brother, Leo, died in April. A third sibling, Malkia, is the Duluth attraction's last lion.
Early indications are that the male African lion died, in his sleep, of an autoimmune disease.
There are fewer than 50 pygmy slow lorises in North America. Now, four of them live in Duluth.
The female tiger, Taj, follows Lana, who died in November.

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Lana, the zoo's only tiger, died Wednesday at the age of 15.
DULUTH, Minn. - After next week, there will be no more Trouble at the Lake Superior Zoo.Trouble, an Alaskan brown bear who has been a popular part of the Duluth zoo since 2000, will be permanently moved to a bear sanctuary next week, zoo official...
DULUTH, Minn. - Phoebe, one of the two brown bears at Duluth's Lake Superior Zoo, was euthanized Tuesday after being in poor health for an extended period of time. She was 28 years old and had lived at the zoo for nearly 27 years.

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