Wednesday, September 5, 2007


ALMATY (Reuters) - A lion escaped from its cage at a Kazakh zoo over the weekend, the second such incident in a month, news media reported Monday.
The six-year-old lion called Adam sneaked out of his cage through a door that had been accidentally left open, Kazakhstan Today news agency reported.
The lion roamed around freely for half an hour before zoo workers lured it back to safety.
Just a month ago, three bears broke out of their enclosure in the same zoo in southern Kazakhstan.

Maybe these bears are trying to go to bordering countries of Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and ASSHOLES Uzbekistan. Great Success!

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