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Monkeys, anaconda surrendered at Suffolk animal amnesty event in Holtsville

More than a dozen exotic animals were turned

More than a dozen exotic animals were turned in today, no questions asked, at an amnesty event in Suffolk County. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

More than a dozen exotic animals were turned in today, no questions asked, at an amnesty event in Suffolk County.

The event was held at the Holtsville Ecology Site. Several exotic snakes and turtles were turned in without any fear of prosecution by their now-former owners.

Among the more unusual was a pair of Marmoset monkeys. They had lived out of state, but when their owner recently...

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