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Been telling you about this breaking news story all morning long Zanesville Ohio is under lockdown right now after several dangerous animals including.
Lions tigers -- is.
And others have escaped from a preserved there after the owner was found dead.
Police -- shoot to kill orders have already reportedly shot 35 of the fifty animals.
But are urging nearby residents to stay indoors.
And for more -- what residents can do to avoid danger returned -- wild animal expert and former Animal Planet host Brandon McMillan brand and that is good to see you this morning.
Hi guys thanks for having me thanks for getting up so early so what do you make of this situation what.
What should people what should people do obviously to being told schools are close are being told nine and got some.
Yeah well I mean they're wild animals it's kind of a no brainer when -- -- big cats grizzly bears and all the animals that I understand escaped.
You have to use common sense a big cat can take out anybody.
-- -- we have no experience should lions or cheat is polar bears that we know -- so if we -- to be if we -- -- go into the Delhi we look over and there's a lion.
Do we ignore it do we run for -- lives do we take a mind what do we do.
-- you have to remember these are wild animals they're probably more scared than the people are these animals most likely are gonna go into a grocery store.
-- break -- a window of a house I mean that's like the stuff you see on the scifi channel these animals are probably looking for a place to hide themselves.
It's -- didn't need -- to the meeting and it doesn't mean there's no dangerous.
There have been.
Absolutely no -- we understand that the deputies are working apparently with some of the caregivers.
Who were not attack and they say.
That the animals were fed last.
And now apparently they're try to put some food in their cages and whatnot.
In hopes of luring them back -- think that might work.
Why it might work but I think the animals at this point or so disoriented they have no idea where they are you -- to remember those animals lived up to preserve.
Now once they get outside the preserve they have no idea they don't have Google Maps like us it's not the wild there in a big city right now.
They're probably more scared than anything it's like an alien -- to them.
So they probably can't even find -- way back home so it's a mystery as to how -- 62 year old owner of this prisoner died.
But that's apparently that's a big if that's a that's a big mystery and by the way I don't think these animals just escape that a coincidence right sounds a little -- so it's sort -- one or two animals escaped.
Yeah I believe maybe they any escaped -- by by accident but.
From what I understand dozens of animals are escaped something's going on here -- these animals were let loose -- -- -- something -- And I don't really -- at ten seconds left but should this man is it legal for him -- and even have these animals.
I don't know him from what I understand this guy was a -- this guy was convicted for animal abuse back in 2005.
Why did He have animals -- that's a dozen.
Make any sense there should be laws against this will He had about fifty and now He is dead and people are looking for the others.
Brandon McMillan -- and -- -- Edward from LA that your Munster.
Thank you guys.
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