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Veteran Stanley McDonald, left, and Chris Craft measure wood for a gate they are working on in newly constructed enclosures for the relocated hybrids. "I see a lot of myself in these animals," said McDonald, who was diagnosed with severe post-traumatic stress disorder after he returned from the Gulf War and Operation Desert Storm. "Like them, I was lost and troubled until I came here. Now, there's a lot of healing going on."
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Veteran Stanley McDonald, left, and Chris Craft measure wood for a gate they are working on in newly constructed enclosures for the relocated hybrids. "I see a lot of myself in these animals," said McDonald, who was diagnosed with severe post-traumatic stress disorder after he returned from the Gulf War and Operation Desert Storm. "Like them, I was lost and troubled until I came here. Now, there's a lot of healing going on."
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