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When lions and tigers wind up performing in circuses, caged in roadside zoos or purchased as pets, it often ends badly. When that happens, the animals may land at Tampa’s Big Cat Rescue, where they’ll be nursed back to health. This story on the beautiful big cats is part of season two of WILD TRAVELS. More on the travel series on our website http://www.wildtravelstv.com/

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