Michael Jackson's beloved pet alligators were killed in a fire at an exotic-animal park in Oklahoma, the park owner said.
The late pop star's seven alligators and a crocodile died in the March 26 blaze that also destroyed a video production studio at Garold Wayne Interactive Zoological Park in Wynnewood, Okla., said owner Joe Schreibvogel.
The exotic pets once belonged to the late musician and were taken from Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara County after it closed.
Garvin County Sheriff Larry Rhodes told the Oklahoman that deputies suspect arson because the park received a threat before the fire. He said the state's fire marshal and the FBI were investigating the blaze.