Ostrich captured after escaping Korean zoo, dodging traffic for an hour

Ostrich captured after escaping Korean zoo, dodging traffic for an hour
Ostrich captured after escaping Korean zoo, dodging traffic for an hour

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - This handout photo taken on March 26, 2024 and released by Gyeonggi-do Fire and Disaster Headquarters shows rescue workers capturing an ostrich in Seongnam. An ostrich that escaped and ran through streets near the South Korean capital, captivating commuters and the internet, is safely back at an ecological park, local police told AFP. — Gyeonggi-do Fire and Disaster Headquarters pic via AFP

SEOUL, March 26 — An ostrich that escaped from a zoo in the South Korean town of Seongnam has been captured, local authorities said today, after it spent an hour dodging vehicles in heavy traffic, surprising many drivers.

Witnesses posted pictures and video of the male ostrich named Tadori on social media, after he broke free from a zoo named Bug City and found himself trotting speedily past and across traffic, a local policeman said.

Police and a local fire department captured the bird using a net at a car park about 2.6 kilometres from the zoo, located about half an hour south of Seoul.

The four-year-old ostrich was safe and returned to the zoo in stable condition, zoo owner Choi Yun-joo told Reuters.

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“His only friend, a female ostrich Tasooni, passed away about a month ago. Guess that has been tough on Tadori,” Choi said. — Reuters

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