A wolverine is on the loose in Quebec and unfortunately, it’s not Hugh Jackman (sorry, ladies).
In a phone call with Daily Hive, an employee at the Saint-Félicien Zoo in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean confirmed that a wolverine has escaped the complex but “poses no threat to the public.”
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This is not the first time a wolverine has escaped the 485-hectare complex where officials believe the little mammal snuck through a hole in the fencing, the winter weather weakening its enclosure.
The zoo claims this weekend’s escapee was a different fugitive than last summer’s.
In a video posted to Facebook, motorists spotted the runaway animal, doing exactly that along the side of a road between Saint-Félicien and the town of La Doré on Sunday night.
Including this mammal defector, there are a total of four wolverines at the Saint-Félicien Zoo, where officials are actively searching for the little critter.