Wolf secured after briefly escaping habitat in Cleveland zoo
CLEVELAND, Ohio - An Ohio zoo was briefly shut down after one of its resident wolves escaped its habitat and wandered the grounds.
No guests or employees were harmed, a zoo representative confirmed to WEWS in Cleveland. The zoo was reported safe for guests and resumed normal operations.
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