Citizens warned as large hungry lioness on free in Berlin

A lioness walks together a street as visitors sit in their vehicles at Nairobi’s National Park in Kenya’s money Nairobi, July 12, 2014.— Reuters/File

Authorities have issued a warning to the community, urging them to stay indoors in the southwestern outskirts of Berlin, as a research is underway for a wild animal believed to be an escaped lioness.

The law enforcement procedure commenced overnight, employing two helicopters in the research. 

As the early hours of Thursday unfolded, the operation intensified, with a hundred officers from Brandenburg, the thinly populated point out encompassing the German capital, tirelessly searching for the lioness.

“We are at this time functioning on the assumption that the animal is a lioness,” the spokesperson explained to Reuters through telephone.

The existing search zone encompasses the Brandenburg municipalities of Kleinmachnow and Stahnsdorf.

Before on Thursday, the Berlin law enforcement had despatched out a tweet indicating that the heightened vigilance extended to the southern border of the money.

Germany’s federal office for civil defense also issued a warning to locals, advising them to make certain their pets keep on being indoors as a precaution.

When questioned about the doable origin of the wild animal, the police spokesperson mentioned that it stays unclear. 

There are numerous facilities in the spot able of housing a lioness, including zoos and a circus, but none of these institutions has documented a missing animal so considerably.

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