Skip to comments.Leopard still on the loose a week after escaping from Chinese zoo
Posted on 05/19/2021 2:14:14 PM PDT by jmcenanly
This big cat is still on the lam.
Weeks after three leopards escaped from an eastern China safari park, one is still at large — and the park is under fire for keeping the breakout a secret.
Residents who live near the Hangzhou Safari Park — not the park itself — first alerted authorities that the animals were on the loose after noticing them around the tony Jinyuan Villa area near the park, according to an announcement from the Fuyang District government, CNN reported.
Only after a formal search was started, a full week after the animals were first reported to be out and about, did the park finally alert the public.
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The poor leopard just hungry for some chinese.
Perhaps it has been eaten?
Three Leopards ‘got loose’?
Holy Moly! Heads should be rollin’.
Maybe the No Pussyfootin’ signs were not enough.
“Zoo in China goes viral on social media for trying to pass off a golden retriever dog as an African lion”
If he hasn’t already ended up in some Chinese “wet market.”
Then the escaped critter is probably a big house cat with some leopard spots painted on.
I tawt I taw a puddy tat.
A leopard? That’s nothing. I went to a bar last night and there were 3 cougars.
Must be one tough lam!
Might want to check the kitchen at the Won King Buffet.
We’d better all wear masks, just in case.
That’s nothing. I went to a bar last night and there were 3 cougars.
I met a beautiful self-assured woman at the Oasis who had a 'MILF' belt buckle. Awesome with a little bit of scary. I was not her guy that evening but won't forget that.
Wow you met someone from the Philippines who had a Moro Islamic Liberation Front belt buckle?
Those are some scary dudes indeed.
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