Number 9 Tiger Nandankanan Zoological Park
Before entry, the tiger had been roaming the zoo for months before zoo officials decided to open the doors to let him in, naturally, everyone at the zoo was concerned about the situation so the male tiger was closely monitored with high-resolution cameras, but nothing alarming. It just so happened that the big cat was just looking for a place with his kind to hang out, and probably get a free lunch while doing it for the next several weeks, he seemed happy to nap and mate in the enclosure having forgotten his wild habitat. But just like everyone was getting used to its presence, the tiger climbed the security wall of the zoo and disappeared as suddenly as it had appeared, they were never seen again.
Number 8 Bear Berlin Zoo
In August 2004 Juan, a bear at the Berlin zoo decided it was time to leave the enclosure so he hopped on a raft and somehow paddled through a moat finally climbing a wall, things got more interesting one time Juan was on the playground, apparently thinking about his next getaway Plan. The bear grabbed a bike and seemed to be trying to figure out how to get away, but by that time the zookeepers had already caught on to his activities, immediately pounced and cut off his escape plan with a tranquilizer gun before taking him away. He came back. He didn't try to go after the kids that were all over the playground during the escape, it seems all he wanted was to escape. The escape attempt was the second that year at the zoo. The first was in June when a gorilla climbed on a fence.
Number 7 Egyptian Cobra Bronx Zoo
A poisonous Egyptian Cobra was reported to have disappeared immediately, sparking a wave of citywide panic, that a search party was expected to dispatch immediately. As zoo officials tried to calm the concerned public, by speaking to the press. One of the Officials speculated that the then-minor snake, could be hiding somewhere in the zoo and therefore there was no reason to freak out. Thankfully the snake was finally caught just 650 feet from its enclosure, without crossing paths with any New Yorkers, who were after six agonizing days searching for the reptile.
Number 6 Flamingo Cedric County Zoo
Well having wings could be a bonus if you want to make a clean getaway from confinement, at least that's what an African flamingo taught the world when he ran or rather flew for freedom from the Cedric county zoo in Kansas in 2005. Nothing was heard about the runaway bird for several years with a search party that the zoo had finally organized and it finally gave up after a while, so it was gone forever or maybe not. In 2013, eight years after the successful escape, a bird watcher spotted the flamingo in Texas which is about 650 miles from Kansas. She was hanging out in Lavaca Bay on the gulf coast, still wearing her tag which was instrumental in tracing her flamingo origin 492 ya, who had been labeled as born in Tanzania made her way to South Africa. Before finally being brought to the united states being locked up for good in 2003, luckily for her, she seized the opportunity to be free so soon as it presented itself.
Number 5 Wolf Los Angeles Zoo
The Virginia wolf was a notorious zoo runner and seemed to always find a way to get to the other side of the fence, and the methods she used were quite surprising for the wolf. They tried very hard, The zookeepers couldn't figure out how to stop a skillful wolf. Once in 1979 she led the keepers on a 30-day chase through Griffith park, their calming efforts hit a dead end as she seemed to always be one step ahead. Allegedly she might have disappeared in the wild after one of her successful escapes she was too smart to hang out behind the fence.
Number 4 Ken Allen The Orangutan San Diego zoo
His first escape was on June 13, 1985. At that time, he did not do much or walked too far among primates. He just walked around the zoo and checked other animals. The second escape was On July 29 of the same year, this time Ken had the opportunity to inspect another orangutan named Otis. He despised him. Although he did throw stones at Otis, it was not until the third time he was taken back At that time, he did not do many other things. The last escape was in August of the same year. As usual, King Ken XIII did not seem to have the final intention to escape or cause any damage. The zoo was a little worried about this, and actively looking to keep the orangutan in his place, they had to hire an experienced rock climbing team to help identify and fill any potential retreats.
Number 3 Macaw Vancouver Zoo
In 2009, the Cuba Macaw proved that he could clamp the bird’s wings to prevent it from flying, but this did not prevent it from escaping. According to his keeper in the zoo’s parrot garden, the bird suddenly disappeared and knew His wings were cut but they found out that he might have escaped. Maybe he just lay somewhere low and eventually raised his head, so they thought the zoo didn’t issue an alarm in the area and asked anyone to provide information about them Information about Cuba's whereabouts. After three days of searching, they were lucky. They received a call from a family. The family found a macaw in the engine compartment of the RV, but fortunately, he had no grip at all. He might just want to explore the world.
Number 2 Monkeys Kyoto University
If you think that a 17-foot high electric fence is enough to keep animals in a cage, you are welcome to read about this very ingenious method. Some monkeys have used this method to overcome obstacles in the primate research institution of Kyoto University. Experts have adopted All necessary steps were taken to ensure that the test subjects’ monkeys stayed within the facilities on top of the electric fence, all trees were chopped down to only six feet high, and they were planted as far as possible from the fence, but the monkeys came up with a solution and they climbed up The trees closest to the fence, bend to the back of the branches and use the resulting tension to eject on the electrical barrier. After such a surprising plan, although our monkeys did not have one more once they crossed the fence, some of them returned to the factory by themselves, and the rest were lured with peanuts.
Number 1 Crocodiles Thaba Kwena Crocodile Farms
Crocodiles are arguably one of the most powerful predators in the world, so it’s best to avoid meeting with one person now, imagine as much as possible the possibility of encountering thousands of such vicious carnivores, which is exactly what happened during the heavy rains in South Africa in 2013. A record number of 15,000 crocodiles wandered from their homes to the Thaba kwena Crocodile Farm in Limpopo Province. The farmers opened the gates under heavy rain to prevent the reptiles from being overwhelmed by the turbulent currents, and then they entered the nearby Limpopo River and bushes. The searchers had to intervene immediately to save this grim situation, although it was difficult to seize the road. A few days later, many animals are expected to be arrested for about 2,000 crocodiles and appealed to the public for expertise Of people reaching out. According to farm officials, the entire fishing operation may take two months, but it is unclear whether this is the case because there has been no response to the incident.
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