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In this Aug. 25, 2010 file photo, Cyndi Huntsman poses in front of caged tigers at her Stump Hill Farm in Massillon. A federal judge upheld Ohio's new restrictions on exotic animals Thursday after several owners sued the state over the law, enacted after a man set loose dozens of his wild creatures in October 2011 before committing suicide. Huntsman told the judge the microchip requirement amounted to a death sentence for some of her creatures because of the anesthesia required for the procedure. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)