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Paper Mâché Rhino Escapes from Zoo

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Zookeepers at the Tama Zoo and the Ueno Zoo, both in Tokyo, undergo annual training in what to do if an animal escapes. Although the training is serious business, it appears ridiculous to onlookers because they cannot use real animals. This year's escaped animal drill at the Ueno Zoo featured a papier mâché rhinoceros. It appears to be the same fake rhino they used for the drill in 2008. Link -via Arbroath

See also: the Ueno Zoo's zebra drill and the tiger drill at the Tama Zoo.

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00:30 Just asks for a "Oh my God They Killed Kenny" reference.
1:00 They shoot a dart at the rhino, which, by looking at the real legs, came close to the person's head inside.
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