Posted Monday, August 30, 2010 12:28 PM | Contributed by Jeff
A 500-pound Bengal tiger leapt over a tall fence, dozens of frantic visitors ran for their lives, and park workers labored to lure the predatory animal back into a holding cage. A day after the frenzy, it became increasingly clear that a small ape had triggered the unusual sequence of events at the Watson Island animal park.
Read more from The Miami Herald.
Tiger probably didn't want that damned dirty ape putting its stinking paws on him. I gather this is not an issue for all Tigers from Florida.
Sounds like a pretty well thought out plan. Gibbon creates a diversion so the tiger can make a dash for it. Probably would have gotten away with it if only the elephant could have successfully hot-wired the car in the parking lot.
I was there and saw it happen. I plan to sue tomorrow.
And they would've gotten away with it too, if it weren't for those kids and their mangy dog Scooby-dooby-DOO!
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