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Madrid: Camels escape from circus and venture out to explore city


The animals have been from the Gran Circo Quiros within the Spanish capital, and have been positioned at round 5 a.m. native time and guided again safely by law enforcement officials. Spain’s nationwide police confirmed the information on Twitter, sharing photos of the animals strolling alongside the streets and signed off with the hashtag #WeLoveAnimals.

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On its Instagram web page, the circus mentioned that it had “suffered an animal sabotage” on Friday night time however confirmed that “the animals are well.” CNN has reached out to the circus for remark.

Bactrian camels are initially native to central and Eastern Asia and are normally more accustomed to desert terrain than the streets of Madrid, though they’re in a position to survive in a wide range of excessive situations. Most of those camels at the moment are domesticated.

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The escaped camels are pictured exploring the Madrid streets on Friday night

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