The southern Indiana big cat farm made famous as part of Netflix’s Tiger King is no more.
Hundreds of people turned-out over the weekend for the auction at the now-closed Wildlife in Need center in Charlestown.
The former owner, Tim Stark, was featured in the Netflix documentary and got the attention of both animal rights groups and the federal government.
A judge last month ordered Stark and his wife to pay 700-thousand-dollars to PETA and its lawyers after the group sued.
Stark ran his wildlife park for 20 years before Netflix made its documentary.