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PETA lawsuit alleges 'cover-up' in death of 54 stingrays at Brookfield Zoo

CHICAGO_People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is suing for documents that could shed light on the 2015 deaths of 54 stingrays that were part of an exhibit at Brookfield Zoo.

For several years now, the animal rights group has asked the Cook County Forest Preserve District, which in partnership with the Chicago Zoological Society operates and maintains the private, nonprofit zoo, to turn over documents that detail

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