Search continues for at least 1 wolf following ‘suspicious’ escape from B.C. zoo | Globalnews.ca

2022-08-17 9:43:00 PM

Search continues for at least 1 wolf following ‘suspicious’ escape from B.C. zoo

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Search continues for at least 1 wolf following ‘suspicious’ escape from B.C. zoo

The Greater Vancouver Zoo issued a statement Tuesday afternoon calling the escape of wolves suspicious, suggesting animals got out 'due to malicious intent.'

The zoo, which has nine adult greywolvesand six cubs, has not confirmed how many escaped or remain unaccounted for.The Ministry of Environment said Monday one wolf remained at large but the zoo has not confirmed numbers at this time.Read more:Escaped wolves prompt Greater Vancouver Zoo closure, at least 1 still at large

The zoo issued a statement Tuesday afternoon calling the animals’ escape suspicious, and suggested it was “due to malicious intent.”Langley RCMP is investigating a hole in the fence and what appears to be unlawful entry and vandalism.Story continues below advertisement

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remains closed Wednesday and the search for at least one escaped wolf continues.on Tuesday will be out of luck.Copy article link Copy link An incident caught on camera in Richmond, B.Create Free Account The Greater Vancouver Zoo says a “small number” of its wolves are unaccounted for after the animals were believed to have been released as a result of “malicious intent,” but there is no danger to the public.

The zoo, which has nine adult grey wolves and six cubs, has not confirmed how many escaped or remain unaccounted for. The Ministry of Environment said Monday one wolf remained at large but the zoo has not confirmed numbers at this time. It is unclear at this point exactly why the zoo is closed and the organization only posted about it on its Instagram stories. Read more: Escaped wolves prompt Greater Vancouver Zoo closure, at least 1 still at large The zoo issued a statement Tuesday afternoon calling the animals’ escape suspicious, and suggested it was “due to malicious intent. Alberta resident Donna Damaso said she was heading to the Vancouver airport on Aug.” Langley RCMP is investigating a hole in the fence and what appears to be unlawful entry and vandalism. Footage from the Global News helicopter shows RCMP cars at the zoo and a few people could be seen walking around. Story continues below advertisement If members of the public spot a wolf, they are encouraged to keep their distance and to report the animal immediately to the Report all Poachers and Polluters (RAPP) line at . The zoo says most of the wolves are back in the care of its animal health and welfare team.