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Giraffes to stay at Lake Powell, for now



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(KSL News) Michael Jackson's giraffes are getting a reprieve at Lake Powell and won't be evicted for at least 120 days.

A few nights ago, we told you about Freddie Hancock, who took in four giraffes and other animals from Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch. She's trying to create an animal sanctuary in Page, Ariz., but the city wants to evict her because she can't post a $100,000 bond.

At a court hearing today, city leaders gave Hancock another 60 days to line up a letter of credit. If she can't get it, they'll evict the animals 60 days later.

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