Dallas Zoo: Code Blue For The Escaped “Non-Dangerous” Leopard

Seems the Dallas Zoo misplaced a clouded leopard, which they describe as “non-dangerous.” True, it’s not what you generally think of as a leopard; different species.

We have an ongoing situation at the Zoo right now with a Code Blue – that is a non-dangerous animal that is out of its habitat. One of our clouded leopards was not in its habitat when the team arrived this morning and is unaccounted for at this time.

It’s just a fifty pound, three and half foot long (body, excluding tail), solitary carnivore.

Nothing to worry about.

Kidding aside, from brief reading, during daylight hours it’s probably harmless enough; just holed up somewhere, hiding.

All bets are off once the sun goes down, though.

(Hat tip to Wisco Dave.)


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