Borth Wild Animal Kingdom attracts giant crowd of tourists as mom prowls cage whereas offspring eludes employees and police
Zoo keepers kitted out with thermal imaging gear, nets and cages baited with rabbit have been scouring a craggy hillside and the gardens of a seaside city in quest of a wild cat that made a daring leap for freedom.
Lillith the Eurasian lynx is believed to have climbed a spindly sapling rising within the pen she shared together with her mom and two siblings and dived over a Four-metre fence and two electrified wires, presumably as she chased a hen.
Dean Tweedy, co-owner of Borth Wild Animal Kingdom pic.twitter.com/3BiZGnqiJE
The mum of the lacking lynx – keepers say she’s unsettled. pic.twitter.com/hukpIetUi8
Lynx on the unfastened – keepers on its path. pic.twitter.com/gx1Eu1LwIQ
The lacking lynx – police stand guard. pic.twitter.com/LpVEmq2WCB