A zookeeper and two creatures have been slaughtered after two basically imperiled Sumatran tigers got away from a zoo on Borneo island in Indonesia.
The female tigers, both matured around year and a half, gotten away from the Zoo on Friday, February 5, after a downpour avalanche harmed their walled in area.
On Saturday, February 6, one of the creatures was caught after it was hit with a tranquiliser dart.
Be that as it may, the other tiger was shot dead after it carried on forcefully and endeavors to tranquilise it fizzled.
As per reports by the AFP, the zookeeper aged 47 was discovered dead near the tigers’ nook after the creatures got away. He had serious chomp wounds and scratches on his body.
An ostrich and a monkey, were likewise discovered dead close to the nook.
Zoo authorities in the town of Singkawang, West Kalimantan were expecting to get the two creatures alive however said they had to shoot one of the tigers.
“We attempted with a sedative weapon first however it didn’t work, so we had to shoot the tiger since it was at that point carrying on forcefully,” Sadtata Noor Adirahmanta, the top of a nearby protection organization, told AFP.
The animal that was shot with a tranquilizer is now being checked at the zoo by medical experts.