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Exotic animals find new home

Almost 40 exotic animals living at a semi-detached house in Worcester have been saved from being split up.

Exotic animals find new home

This raccoon will soon be moving house Credit: ITV News Central

Earlier this week, a woman from Worcestershire was struggling to find a new home for her family and 40 exotic animals.

However, Lynda Blake's animals are now going to be housed in a nature walk where the public can visit them for free.

Lynda has a range of animals including skunks, sugar gliders, raccoons, raccoon dogs, meerkats, a coatimundi, a genet and a kinkajou.

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