Animal accomplices spring roo from zoo
A kangaroo has escaped from a German zoo - with help from his accomplices, a fox and a wild boar.
Three kangaroos, Skippy, Jack and Mick, originally got out of their enclosure after a helpful fox dug a hole next to the fence.
Two of the three were then able to escape the park entirely through another hole dug by a wild boar under the exterior boundary, reports the Guardian.
Michael Hoffmann, deputy head of the animal park near Frankfurt, said vets had managed to snare one of the pair after a long chase.
There had been several sightings of the kangaroo still at large but he had managed to stay one hop ahead of authorities.
"We've got two of them back; now we're just looking for the third. He's super friendly, super nice. Absolutely no danger at all," said Mr Hoffman.