BOUQUETS & BRICKBATS

Bouquets to Deborah Warrick at St. Augustine Wild Reserve

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Bouquets to Deborah Warrick at St. Augustine Wild Reserve for caring for abandoned and unwanted wild critters such as lions, tigers and wolves. Her latest acquisitions are no laughing matter — a male and a female hyena, both about 3 years old. The hyenas, which were shipped here from Africa but never claimed, are acclimating to their new digs, according to the St. Augustine Record. The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office brought in a road-kill deer; Warrick said the hyenas loved it. “They were like two little kids in a candy store.”

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