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Objective: The murders in Golden Gate Park are perpetrated by an animal as well as at least two people. The tiger is a rare creature to be in San Francisco and therefore should be easy for the police to trace. Examine the habitat and symbolism of the tiger.
1) The murders in Golden Gate Park are perpetrated by an animal as well as at least two people. The tiger...
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