Bongo antelope, one of many world’s most endangered animals, leaps out of the Fort Price Zoo
Bongo antelope, one of many world’s most endangered animals, leaps out of the Fort Price Zoo 00:36
Fort Price (CBSDW.COM) – One of many world’s most endangered animals, the mountain bongo (antelope) burst out of the Fort Price Zoo on the morning of December sixteenth.
Colonial Parkway noticed the endangered Bongo subspecies. This subspecies is without doubt one of the largest forest antelopes he has, with a reddish-brown coat with black, white and yellow-white markings.
CBS11 viewer Jonathan Mabry recorded footage of zookeepers attempting to corral the animals. He stated the bongos ran free for about 40 minutes.
CBS11 viewer Jonathan Mabry despatched us this video of a zookeeper trying to corral a uncommon mountain bongo (antelope). CBS11 Viewers Jonathan Mabry
The Mountain Bongo is related to the excessive mountain forests of Kenya and was documented extinct in Kenya in 1995.
As of January 2020, the Worldwide Union for Conservation of Nature has listed this animal as an endangered species.
CBS11 has requested the zoo for remark and is awaiting a response.
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