On Tuesday, commuters reported spotting bears and wolves along I-70./quote]
I wonder what those commuters thought - they needed new glasses/needed a vacation....
bears, lions, tigers
That's popped up in about seventeen Facebook stati that I've seen so far.
I like how the camels kinda shake things up a bit.
But why are the camels dangerous? Are they going to spit on people? Step on them?
The United States Army established the U.S. Camel Corps, which was stationed in California in the 19th century.
Some escaped and their descendants roamed the arid parts of the American West until as late as the early 20th century.
US nature TV host Jack Hanna, a former director of Columbus Zoo, in the nearby Ohio state capital, said tranquilising animals in the dark was incredibly dangerous, and told reporters that "the sheriff did the right thing".
"You cannot tranquilise an animal like this, a bear or a leopard or a tiger [at night]," Mr Hanna told ABC before the press conference.
"If you do that, the animal gets very excited, it goes and hides, and then we have [police officers] in danger of losing their life, and other people