An escaped jaguar went on an hour-long killing spree in a zoo mauling to death six animals.
While on the loose, the jaguar managed to attack and kill six other animals - four alpacas, a fox and an emu. No people were hurt in the incident.
Zoo vet Frank Burks later told media that Valerio would not be killed.
The zoo announced it would be closed for the rest of the day Saturday and will reopen to the public Sunday at 10 a.m.
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The animals it pounced on were unable to escape their own enclosures. An investigation is underway.
"This is by far the biggest incident we've had, the biggest magnitude, the biggest tragedy we've had", Ron Forman, head of the Audubon Nature Institute, said in a news conference.
Audubon Zoo houses over 2,000 animals on its 58-acre property and has been in operation for over 100 years. After the capture of the jaguar, the zoo did decide to remain closed for the rest of Saturday.
"We are still investigating how this happened". 'Unfortunately, it was doing what jaguars do'. We are taking this incident very seriously and working to investigate what happened to prevent a similar occurrence in the future. "We care for these animals every day", says Kyle Burks, a top official at the zoo, per CNN.
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"As of early this morning, our fox, Rusty faired well overnight, he will continue to be monitored and treated by expert animal care professionals", officials said.
"This continues to be a sad time for the Audubon family", officials wrote.
The incident occurred at 7:20 a.m. local time when Valerio, a 3-year-old jaguar, slipped out of its habitat.
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