A Fox and a Boar Break Kangaroos Out of a Berlin Zoo
In an unprecedented act of inter-species cooperation, a fox and a wild boar helped three kangaroos escape a Berlin zoo on Saturday, August 11th.
According to The Daily Mail, the wily fox sneaked into the Hochwildschutzpark Hunsrueck west of Frankfurt and dug a hole next to the kangaroos’ fencing.
Three kangaroos escaped from the enclosure and two of the kangaroos were able to get out of the park entirely by slipping through a hole dug under the park’s fence by a local wild boar. One of the kangaroos, a male, is still on the run.
Michael Hoffmann, assistant head of the wildlife park says that they have recovered two of the kangaroos now, and the state park is just looking for the third.
Hoffmann says “we’ve got two of them back; now we’re just looking for the third.”