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This photo provided by the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium shows one of three leopards that were captured by authorities a day after their owner released dozens of wild animals and then killed himself near Zanesville. Sheriff's deputies shot and killed 48 of the animals, including 18 rare Bengal tigers, 17 lions, six black bears, two grizzly bears, a baboon, a wolf and three mountain lions. Six of the released animals - three leopards, a bear and two monkeys - were captured and taken to the Columbus Zoo. (AP Photo/Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Grahm S. Jones)
A sign warning motorists that exotic animals are on the loose operates on I-70, Oct. 19, 2011, near Zanesville. Police with assault rifles stalked a mountain lion, grizzly bear and monkey still on the loose after authorities said their owner apparently freed dozens of wild animals and then killed himself. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Hudson: As Adam Martin painted a head and Taylor Hoppes worked on the tail end of a big purple dragon that filled a shop window at Solaire Hair Studio and Spa, Martin thought of the first window scene he painted seemingly not so long ago.