Bull on the loose near Lim Chu Kang
It was reported by Singapore Food Agency (SFA) on Tuesday, 9 April that a bull has escaped from a dairy farm in Lim Chu Kang.
However, it is unknown to us which dairy farm the bull has escaped from and how it even managed to escape. SFA has advised members of the public to not approach or attempt to provoke the bull if they happen to cross paths with the animal. Farms located in Lim Chu Kang area have been notified of the missing bull too.
Should you happen to be so lucky to see the escaped bull, please contain your excitement and stay away from the animal instead of videoing to show your family and friends ah. Make a report of your observation to the Animal Response Centre at 1800-476-1600 immediately.
Seems like there have been a few cases of escaped animals in the last few years. Last alarming incident involved an African wild dog escaping from its enclosure from the Singapore Zoo which caused the temporary closure of the Zoo’s entrance in 2014. Other cases of animals that were reported to have escaped from the Singapore Zoo included a chimpanzee and a jaguar in 2004 and 2005 respectively.
After this bull on the loose, I wonder what animal would be next to plan their great escape?
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