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Pet shop blaze deliberately set, fire officials say

By Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / September 29, 2006

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A fire that killed more than two-dozen exotic snakes, frogs, fish, and other reptiles in a Cambridge pet shop Wednesday night was deliberately set, perhaps by the person who spray-painted the message ``No more exploitation of animals" on the store front, fire officials said yesterday. (Full article: 408 words)

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