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Escaped 'Rhino' Successfully Captured In Tokyo

In 2010, it was a guy dressed up in a tiger suit that wouldn't have scared many toddlers. One year keepers successfully captured a "zebra."

This year, officials at the Ueno Zoo in Tokyo had two guys in a papier-mâché rhino suit be the "escaped animal" in what The Telegraphsays is an annual drill at various zoos around Tokyo.

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