You know all about the donkeys and elephants roaming from the Redwood forest to the gulf stream waters, leaving ignominious signs of their herd’s migration patterns on front lawns across the country. These highly domesticated, if not entirely sophisticated, animals we are very familiar with, indeed, these days.
Hitch has an eye on some other species that could leave Worcester thinking about opening a zoo.
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