Coronavirus France: An escaped zebra roams the roads of the Parisian suburbs

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Isolated residents of a Parisian suburb were very shocked when a zebra galloped on a road next to the traffic.

The animal had escaped from a zoo in Ormesson-sur-Marne after the door of its enclosure was opened on Friday evening.

The zebra, joined by two horses, made its way to the neighboring town of Champigny-sur-Marne on the outskirts of Paris where the locals could not believe their eyes as he ran along the road.

Isolated residents of a Parisian suburb suffered a huge shock when a zebra galloped on a road next to traffic

The animal had escaped from a zoo in Ormesson-sur-Marne after the door of its enclosure was opened Friday evening

Isolated residents of a Parisian suburb suffered a huge shock when a zebra galloped on a road next to traffic

Weird images of the zebra come as a clip of two wild deer wandering the streets of Boissy-Saint-Leger also emerged yesterday.

The creatures explored the newly deserted area in the middle of the coronavirus lock.

In the first clip, a pilot films himself in front of a horse before approaching the zebra from behind.

As he follows the beast, he exclaims, “Oh wow, it feels like we are in Kenya. It’s a safari. ‘

The zebra, joined by two horses (one of which is in the photo), made its way to the neighboring town of Champigny-sur-Marne on the outskirts of Paris where the locals could not believe their eyes when he was running along the road

The zebra, joined by two horses (one of which is in the photo), made its way to the neighboring town of Champigny-sur-Marne on the outskirts of Paris where the locals could not believe their eyes when he was running along the road

The owner of the Badin circus, Mr. Moulot, believes that someone intentionally opened the enclosure to free the animals.

He told HuffPost, “It was around 9:30 p.m.

“The animals live in a park during the day, then in their caravan at night.

“They were there in their little outdoor enclosure, which has been opened.”

Weird images of the zebra appear as a clip of two wild deer wandering the streets of Boissy-Saint-Leger yesterday also appeared

Weird images of the zebra appear as a clip of two wild deer wandering the streets of Boissy-Saint-Leger yesterday also appeared

Creatures explored newly deserted area in the middle of the coronavirus lock

Creatures explored newly deserted area in the middle of the coronavirus lock

He said the animals were out for about 15 minutes before returning to the zoo.

In the clip of the deer, the animals roam the streets of Boissy-Saint-Léger while its inhabitants remain inside because of the isolation throughout the country.

The total number of deaths in France due to the coronavirus epidemic, including those who have died in nursing homes, now stands at 14,393, the Ministry of Health said.

According to the mayor of the commune Régis Charbonnier, the deer belong to the Château du Piple which has a hundred.

A third video shows a basking shark – the second largest shark in the world – swimming with its mouth open at the port of Brest in north-west Brittany.

A third video shows a basking shark - the second largest shark in the world - swimming with its mouth open at the port of Brest in north-west Brittany.

A third video shows a basking shark – the second largest shark in the world – swimming with its mouth open at the port of Brest in north-west Brittany.

Mr. Charbonnier said: “It is not uncommon to see them crossing the road at night but never in the middle of the day and in the center of the city. It’s quite exceptional! ‘

A third video shows a basking shark – the second largest shark in the world – swimming with its mouth open at the port of Brest in north-west Brittany.

Reports have indicated that the shark is 13 feet long.

According to local media, the appearance of the shark in the port was favored by the high tides and the decrease in port activity due to the foreclosure.

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