Animals Loose

From Breaking News News

Snow Leopard

The Snow Leopard escaped with four other animals from a zoo in chicago. Be careful when you are in plateaus or rocky and grassy mountainsides because this is the Snow Leopard's habitat (not that there is a mountain none the less a hill in Illinois). If you get to close to the habitat it will attack. Despite the small legs, cute fury skin and that it is half the size of you it is deadly. Be careful. Just because Snow Leopards travel alone doesn't mean to come close. If you see this animal please contact a local animal department. For more information read World of Animals 2, Mammals, Large Carnivores By: Pat Morris

Gray Wolf

The Gray Wolf was another animal that escaped. This animal is very dangerous too because it is very social. Don't be deceived by this. Do not, over all circumstances approach it if it approaches you. It will attack. Slowly back away and call the police. They can travel in packs and hunt as one so do not hunt one yourself. If you see one urgently call the police because their litter is on average 6 pups and we can't have to many wolves in a populated area. For more information read the book World of Animals 2, Mammals, Large Carnivores By: Pat Morris

Giant Panda

The Giant Pandas are more of a friendly animal. Although this doesn't mean to approach it. They are endangered so please keep a look out on this because their main diet is healthy bamboo and we don't have that in Illinois. So please contact the police on eye sighting. For more concerns please read the book World of Animals 2, Mammals, Large Carnivores By: Pat Morris

Spotted Hyena

Spotted Hyenas live in clans. Clans are a pack or group and is not to be tampered with. They are very dangerous in clans and on their own. They have razor sharp teeth and other abilities. They have crazy sounding giggling and if you here this call the police. They are scavengers but can hunt so take precautions. Thank You. If you have more concerns read the book World of Animals 2, Mammals, Large Carnivores. By: Pat Morris

From your reporter, Coel Morcott