The board president of World Wildlife Kingdom says the group plans to reorganize.
President Jim Hughes says the group's educational programs haven't generated enough money to pay salaries or liability insurance for the animals.
Hughes says the remaining animals, including two tigers, will be placed at zoos or other animal sanctuaries within two weeks.
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