Mass exodus

Mountain View residents on the move.

Malcolm Weatherstone, spokesman for the Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Centre, confirmed all exotic species will be moved over the next few months — but management won’t yet say where or why.

The massive animal transfer follows the deaths of several giraffes at the facility and the SPCA’s recent recommendation of criminal animal-cruelty charges after an adult Masai giraffe died at the centre in February.

This week, criminal justice branch spokesman Neil MacKenzie said charges against Mountain View are still being reviewed.

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