Residents in western Germany have been warned to stay indoors after two lions, two tigers and a jaguar broke out of their cages at a local zoo Friday, sparking a hunt.
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A spokesman for the district of Bitburg-Pruem, in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, said earlier in the day that two lions, two tigers and a jaguar were on the loose. Zookeepers said the five big cats had all been fed the day before their escape.
The Eifel zoo, owned by the Wallpott family, is home to around 400 animals, also including a Siberian tiger.
As it turned out, the cats had never left the sprawling 30-hectare Eifel Zoo in Luenebach, much of which was under water after huge thunderstorms overnight.
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Friday's great escape comes two years after two lions broke out of their cages at a zoo in Leipzig in eastern Germany.
Police in nearby Trier said that all of the escaped animals were believed to still be on the grounds of the zoo.
One woman tweeted: "An innocent animal shot because the zoo clearly couldn't keep the animals safely in captivity".
In the end, a drone sighted the remaining escapees inside the zoo compound.