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It’s a real-life version of ‘Jumanji.’
A trio of touring equids was seen casually strolling the streets of Vilvoorde in Belgium on Friday, local news outlet HLN reports. The animals were first spotted at the Van Praet Tunnel, after escaping from what local authorities believe to be a local ranch.
Other spectators raved about the incident on Twitter.
Translation: “Zebra in my little garden.”
“Here are the 3 Snapchat zebras.”
Two of the zebras were captured on foot at the Hellestraat by the police, along with veterinarians armed with tranquilizer guns. The third zebra was caught near the vehicle inspection center.
Although zebras have been known to act aggressive, thankfully, there were no reports of injuries caused by the animals. But there is this incredible footage of the zebras running through the streets of Belgium like it ain’t no thing, so we can relive their glorious escape over and over again.
Jam Kotenko is a technology reporter and graphic designer who specializes in coverage of Instagram, Facebook, and other social media apps. Her work has been published by Digital Trends, Bustle, and Gotta Be Mobile.