Dallas Zoo – Leopard escapes from its enclosure

The Dallas Zoo had an interesting update on Twitter this morning, announcing that the zoo was closed until further notice.

The zoo sent the update just after 10am local time this morning and I was initially quite concerned by the wording of the tweet.

A “serious situation”. When I hear “serious situation” and “zoo” in the same sentence, my mind immediately imagines the worst. Shortly thereafter, the Dallas Zoo tweeted again, this time a little more specifically.

A clouded leopard “was not in its habitat” when zoo keepers got into work this morning and the search began.

The zoo certainly included the phrase “harmless animal” in its tweet, which — when I hear “leopard” — isn’t the first phrase that springs to mind.

So what exactly is a “cloud leopard”?

Photo by Pamela Newton on Unsplash

Photo of Pamela Newton on Unsplash

As word of the missing leopard spread, people took to Twitter for the next 7 hours to express their concern for the big cat — but not without cracking jokes in between.

This guy thought like me when “harmless” came up next to “leopard”.

How many ways can you summon a cat? Several, obv.

The story update came a full 7 hours later, when the zoo tweeted that they had found the cat – Nova – safe.

All’s well that ends well.

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