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Animal Embassy staff seeks new home for exotic animals

An exotic animal exhibit at a Stamford museum will be closing its doors soon, but the staff who runs it said today that they don't know what they will do with the animals. Animal Embassy founder Christopher

News 12 Staff

Oct 25, 2014, 1:54 AM

Updated 3,528 days ago

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An exotic animal exhibit at a Stamford museum will be closing its doors soon, but the staff who runs it said today that they don't know what they will do with the animals.
Animal Embassy founder Christopher Evers says the company's contract with Stamford Museum and Nature Center is now up and that he only has about a month to find a new home for the all animals. Evers says he's been looking for a short-term living situation for the animals and hopes he can find something in Stamford soon.
Animal Embassy staff say they have been running the exotic animal exhibit at a space inside the Stamford Museum and Nature Center for about seven years.
Museum staff say they have had a terrific collaboration with Animal Embassy, but that they needed the space for environmental education programs.


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