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A Florida teacher is being investigated after students reported that he drowned raccoons in a trash can during one of his classes

8 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

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A teacher at Forest High School in Ocala, Florida is being investigated after he allegedly drowned caged raccoons in a trash can during one of his classes.
It was reported that two raccoons and an opossum were killed in a "hands-on" lesson in front of students.
Footage shows a raccoon trapped in a metal wire trap being dunked and held down in a garbage can full of water.
The teacher was placed on paid administrative leave the day after complaints were made .
A Florida teacher is being investigated after students reported he drowned wild raccoons in a trash...
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