(CBS/WKMG/AP) ORLANDO, Fla. - The defense called George Anthony to the stand to discuss archive video attorney Jose Baez showed to the jury of a specific brand of duct tape that used at the Caylee command center, the same brand found on Caylee's skull.
Baez explained that Henkel is not a very common brand of duct tape. That specific type is manufactured in Ohio, reports CBS affiliate WKMG.
Baez asked George Anthony how he had buried the family dog when the lived in Ohio. He said he could not remember details because it was nearly 30 years ago, but he thinks he buried the dog in a blanket.
Baez went on to ask about two other family dogs and a cat the Anthonys had after they moved to Florida. Baez asked if the pets were buried in a plastic bag wrapped in duct tape. George Anthony kept saying he did not remember.
Cindy Anthony was then called to testify about the death of the family pets.
Cindy Anthony said the first two dogs were buried wrapped in black plastic and tape, which is how they were prepared by the veterinarian, reports the station.
She said a family cat was buried wrapped in a towel, then put in a plastic bag and wrapped with packing tape. She explained that the tape was used to make the bags more compact, the station reports.
Next, Lee Anthony was called and asked if he had any memories of how their pets were buried. He explained that his parents were typically in charge of the burials.
Caylee's remains were found in a wooded area near the Anthony family home in December 2008. Duct tape was found on Caylee's skull and a plastic bag was near her remains.
Anthony, 25, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in Caylee's death and could get the death penalty if convicted of that charge. The prosecution says she used duct tape to suffocate the toddler. The defense says the girl drowned in her grandparents' swimming pool.