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Gladiators, the “biggest owl you’ve ever seen,” are loose in Minnesota.

This is Gladys, the Eurasian Eagle Owl.  She escaped from the Minnesota Zoo in early October.۔

This is Gladys, the Eurasian Eagle Owl. She escaped from the Minnesota Zoo in early October.
Image: Minnesota Zoo

A giant owl named Gladys escaped from a Minnesota zoo earlier this month, and zoo officials need help locating it.

Gladys is 5 years old. Eurasian eagle owl. (Bobo Bobo.), A predatory species that can grow up to 2.5 feet tall and weigh up to 10 pounds. The wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion. The wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion. The wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion. They are one of the largest potato species in the world.

Gladys decided to leave the zoo in early October. During the run-of-the-mill training and exercise session, he decided to just stay in the trees. After wandering around the area for several days, she disappeared.

“Working in shifts, the zoo staff kept an eye on the gladiators in the various trees around the campus, and tried to encourage its return by using food and enrichment items,” said Mani Sota. Zoo spokesman Zach Nugent said in an email. “Staff lost permanent sight last weekend.”

Now, zoo officials believe the potato may be in a 485-acre zoo or possibly in a large area of ​​Apple Valley, south of Minneapolis. In a ___ Twitter post. Yesterday, zoo officials reminded the public that gladiators are not a threat to humans. According to the Peregrine Fund.Potatoes are eaten by small rats, other birds, amphibians, fish and even insects.

How do you recognize a glade if you look at it? Car 11“She’ll be standing outside. If you look at her, she’s going to be the biggest potato ever.”

A Facebook user shared Gladys with skepticism.

A Facebook user shared Gladys with skepticism.
Screenshot: Isaac Schultz

Minnesota Zoo Facebook post. Requests for information on lost potatoes received numerous responses, with locals reporting sightings, color video footage of potato calls and other information.

A person Shared a photo Taken on October 8 from an owl catching a white-bellied mammal sitting on the roof resembling a glade. Some commentators said it looked like a cat. The zoo responded that the animal was possibly a rabbit and that a search team would investigate the area. (W.Do you agree with the zoo’s identity? Or you don’t see a deep gray tail or an inverted shingle between white legs.)

Gladiators’ recent escapes have landed on his heels. Escape And later Occupation Kodiak’s, a stellar sea eagle was kept at the Pittsburgh Zoo. Maybe there’s something in the air that drives these birds of prey to freedom. If you are around the Minnesota Zoo and think you are watching Gladiators, you can call the zoo at 952-431-9200 or contact them via their social media.

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