Here is the way this story is being reported today in the Indian media. With some historical context. Images.
Strange animal sightings have been commonplace in the area where this unexpected animal was killed. Are the explanations as to its origin correct? Images.
“The children don’t know so they call them zebras and they are happy to see something new,” said the son of the zoo’s owner. Images. Videos.
History Channel ended their recent marathon with a never-before-broadcast program, “Killer Chimps.” What did you think of the episode?
Two firefighters and a policeman found themselves face to face with the animal, which quickly disappeared in the waters of a local pond. Traps and more have turned up no captures yet. The hunt has turned into a media circus. Images.
The zoo was shut down temporary, but it didn’t stop at least one human from opening his mouth.
Look in the sky. News from China and India of animal versus human conflicts. Image.
“Mr. Bond, they have a saying in Chicago: Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it’s enemy action.” ~ said by Auric Goldfinger, in Ian Fleming’s novel Goldfinger, 1959.