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Editor’s Note: This story first appeared online on the DailyMail.com We reprint in part here.

It was the home that every little boy dreams of. With an extensive go-kart race track, massive swimming pools and even a private zoo housing millions of dollars worth of rare and exotic animals, the seven square miles of land in the Colombian countryside that made up the Naples Estate may have looked like the ideal place to grow up.

But for a young Sebastian Marroquin, it was also a place of fear – and not just because of the escaped hippopotamus that live feral in the rivers and lakes surrounding the grounds to this day.

It was the home that every little boy dreams of.

With an extensive go-kart race track, massive swimming pools and even a private zoo housing millions of dollars worth of rare and exotic animals, the seven square miles of land in the Colombian countryside that made up the Naples Estate may have looked like the ideal place to grow up.

But for a young Sebastian Marroquin, it was also a place of fear – and not just because of the escaped hippopotamus that live feral in the rivers and lakes surrounding the grounds to this day.

Marroquin, now 38, grew up in an era when his father was ranked the 7th richest man in the world by Forbes magazine with an estimated £18billion fortune.

With the money came extraordinary excess – particularly within the plush surrounds of the Naples Estate.

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