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Last week authorities finally located and identified an escaped fugitive who had been sought for several years.

In this case the fugitive was not a prisoner who escaped from the penitentiary, but a bird that escaped from a zoo.  If you ask any animals in a zoo, they would tell Kebun Binatang Jogja you it’s the same thing.  This zoo happened to be in the middle of Kansas.  And if you’ve ever lived in Kansas, it feels like a penitentiary.  As any of the animals will tell you, it’s a jungle in there.

The bird was originally held in Wichita, Kansas at the Sedgwick County Zoo and had been brought to the US from Tanzania in Africa. And if you’ve ever been to Wichita, you’d know why he fled.

Normally, zookeepers clip the wings of newly arrived birds so they can’t fly away.  However, in this case the zookeepers were evidently too busy taking long lunch breaks smoking Camels, eating animal crackers, and making fun of all the caged animals to get around to it.  So the bird, realizing it was now or never decided to hatch a plot to fly the coop before the zoo imposed a no-fly zone on it.  

It partnered with another jailbird and waited until there was a storm to attempt their flight.  Once the weather cleared and the zoo did a cell count, they were discovered missing.  The elephants have never forgotten it and the hyenas have never stopped laughing about it.  

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