Exotic animals ‘on the loose’ after Tiger Safari near Oklahoma City hit by tornado

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UPDATE:  KFOR now reports the Grady County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that all of the animals have been accounted for.

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TUTTLE, Okla. — An exotic zoological park in Oklahoma was hit by a tornado on Wednesday and the owners confirmed some of the exotic animals are “on the loose,” according to KFOR.

The wildlife park houses leopards, lions, alligators, tigers and other exotic animals.

Residents who live near the park have been asked to stay inside.

No other information is available at this time.

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1 Comment

  • trevor

    Nice misleading title. All the animals were accounted for shortly after escaping. Kind of acting like a magazine site instead of a news site…

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