Saturday, December 29, 2007
Tiger attack at San Fransisco zoo
A couple days ago a tiger at the San Fransisco zoo escaped from its cage and killed 1 person and also hurt 2 people. Sumatran tigers are put in cages with 16 foot cement walls around the cage. This was not expected to happen because the tiger must have climbed out. It was unclear how the tiger escaped or how long it was on the loose. The approximately 300-pound female Siberian tiger, named Tatiana, attacked a zoo keeper last December during a public feeding. I think that the San Fransisco zoo will try to make the walls higher so another tiger wont escape and hurt or kill someone.