Two lions, two tigers and one jaguar escaped from a German zoo.
An unusual event keeps the Lünebach population in Germany thrilled.
There were two lions, two tigers and one jaguar from the zoo in the city of the West.
The police are asking local residents to stay at home and call the police immediately if they see one of the five beasts.
According to the BBC, a bear has escaped but has been shot.
The paper feels that the animals were able to escape because there were heavy rains in Germany during the night, which resulted in floods in several places.
In lünebach haben wir heute wunderbares Grill Wetter! Dazu sind auch noch Wildtiere aus dem Zoo ausgebrochen… Der Tag ist super! pic.twitter.com/7OI08Kd5NN
— Fliesen_Tisch (@Fliesen__Tisch) June 1, 2018
The Eifel Zoo was founded in 1965 and now hosts nearly 400 animals and visits 70,000 people a year.