- Maki, a 21-year-old ring-tailed lemur went missing during a burglary at a San Francisco zoo
- The animal was presumed to be abducted
- A day later, a five-year-old boy spotted it hopping around at a church's playground
- Authorities were called and the endangered animal was returned to its home
Anyone who watched Penguins of Madagascar always mastered King Julien’s favourite song I Like to Move it Move it.
Guess what? Looks like all lemurs love to move it. Hehe.
A 21-year-old ring-tailed Lemur from San Francisco was reported missing by a local zoo only to be found later in the most unexpected place.
The adventurous animal was spotted sitting at a church playground by a five-year-old boy.
The frightened animal named Maki was believed to have been stolen at night by thieves who broke into the zoo.
There had been a break-in at the place and Maki’s enclosure looked like it had been raided too.
However, authorities heaved a sigh of relief when they found the guy 10 minutes away from the facility at the Daly City church.
James Trinh, who was waiting for his folks to pick him up, saw the confused animal wandering at the church’s premises.
According to CNN, he alerted his parents to call the zookeepers immediately.
The lemur hid inside a playhouse until help arrived. This has to be one of the cutest things seen on social media. This little guy has melted so many hearts all over the world.
In other news exciting new that was previously shared by Briefly.co.za and it's sister publications, a golden retriever from China named Harry fiercely growled at a woman who was angrily reprimanding her naughty daughter.
In a recording shared by Daily Mail, the pooch was spotted holding onto the two-year-old girl as her mum went off on her.
The mother made sure she recorded the whole thing and the clip had people speaking highly of the loyal four-legged friend.
The golden animal looked over its shoulder as it barricaded the young girl’s body.
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