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US Wild Bear Breaks Into Zoo, Kills Alpaca

00:30  28 september  2020
00:30  28 september  2020 Source:   newsweek.com

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Caesar - a 16-year-old alpaca - was killed over the weekend by a wild brown bear who had broken into a zoo in Anchorage, Alaska. The bear was later euthanized by wildlife officials.

A brown bear broke into the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage killing the popular, white-furred alpaca with tufted ears, officials said Wednesday. The bear managed to tunnel under the zoo ’s fencing early Sunday before the facility had opened to the public, knocking over bins and rummaging around before

A wild bear was killed by wildlife officials in Anchorage after the animal broke into the Alaska Zoo on multiple occasions, one of which led to the death of a "beloved" alpaca at the zoo.

a brown bear walking through a forest: A brown bear seen at Katmai National Park on August 14 in King Salmon, Alaska. A brown bear in Anchorage was killed by wildlife officials after it broke into the Alaska Zoo and killed an alpaca. © Abbie Parr/Getty Images A brown bear seen at Katmai National Park on August 14 in King Salmon, Alaska. A brown bear in Anchorage was killed by wildlife officials after it broke into the Alaska Zoo and killed an alpaca.

"An adult male brown bear that had been accessing trash in South Anchorage and making recent visits to the zoo at night was killed by wildlife officials after a recent incursion inside the zoo's grounds resulted in the death of beloved 16-year-old alpaca Caesar," the Alaska Zoo confirmed in a statement Wednesday.

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A wild brown bear broke through the zoo ’s perimeter fence over the weekend and then into Caesar’s enclosure and killed him.(Source: Alaska Zoo ). ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Gray News) – Caesar the alpaca was one of the beloved residents at Alaska Zoo . The 16-year-old was a favorite of visitors

A wild brown bear broke through the zoo ’s perimeter fence over the weekend and then into Caesar’s enclosure and killed him. “We are deeply saddened by this tragic loss of both a wild bear and Caesar the alpaca ,” said zoo Director Patrick Lampi.

The bear was reported to have been "flipping dumpsters in order to break bear-resistant mechanisms and access trash," on several nocturnal visits to the area, the statement described.

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A wild brown bear tunneled under perimeter fencing and killed a popular alpaca at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage, officials said Wednesday. The bear had been hanging around the zoo , knocking over trash bins and breaking bear -proof latches before it got under the fence early Sunday when the

A wild brown bear made its way into a public zoo and killed a popular alpaca , officials said. The bear was hanging around the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage on Sunday when it killed Caesar, a 16-year-old male alpaca . It was knocking over trash bins and even broke through bear -proof latches before

It managed to enter the zoo on Saturday by breaking through a section of the perimeter fence of the zoo, which resulted in "the death of beloved 16-year-old alpaca Caesar," the statement noted.

"While Caesar did unfortunately pass away during this incident, his companion alpaca/llama Fuzzy Charlie Kozak appears to be in good condition and was able to escape the attack, later found by staff within the zoo's grounds and secured," the statement said.

The bear was deemed to pose a "significant risk to public safety" by wildlife officials from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, who had been attempting to locate the animal to remove it from the area prior to the break-in at the zoo, the statement noted.

Dave Battle, the department's Anchorage area biologist, said: "It usually takes a decent-sized brown bear to flip some of these dumpsters. Typically when brown bears start accessing trash, that becomes an elevated public safety threat."

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A longtime Alaska Zoo resident alpaca named Caesar was killed Saturday night or Sunday morning by a wild brown bear that broke into the alpaca ’s enclosure. The bear tunneled under the zoo ’s perimeter fence and broke through the cedar split rail fence around the enclosure before killing

It was killed a day later by wildlife officials.The bear had been hanging around the zoo , knocking over trash bins and breaking bear -proof latches. ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A wild brown bear tunneled under perimeter fencing and killed a popular alpaca at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage, officials said

The bear was also known for other activity in the surrounding neighborhoods, according to biologists, the statement confirmed.

The bear's entry point has been located and reinforced since the incident.

"We are deeply saddened by this tragic loss of both a wild bear and Caesar the alpaca. We care deeply about all animals and feel saddened by the deaths on both sides of the situation," the executive director of the Alaska Zoo, Patrick Lampi, said in a statement.

"We take this as a reminder that our city of Anchorage is indeed bear country. Wild bears are still active, gathering food and resources before their winter's sleep. We ask the public to stay vigilant with bear safety protocols in neighborhoods by securing trash and other attractants," he added.

Earlier this month, backpackers walking through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which straddles the Tennessee and North Carolina border, were horrified to discover a black bear eating the remains of a human near a campsite.

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