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Striped hyenas to be unveiled at Naples Zoo

Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff

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Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff

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  • Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff
  • Hera, a female striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of her new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff
  • Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff
  • Two striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the Naples Zoo. David Albers/ Staff
  • Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff
  • Hector and Hera, a male and a female striped hyena, relax in the shade of their new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. The two striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff
  • Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff
  • Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff
  • Hector, a male striped hyena, relaxes in the shade of his new pen at the Naples Zoo on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Two of the striped hyenas will be unveiled to the public on Thursday at the zoo. According to zoo director David Tetzlaff, the animals were originally caught in the wild three years ago in Tanzania and later confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when they were brought to the United States. David Albers/ Staff

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