Archie, a 41-year-old, 4000 pound rhinoceros at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens in Florida, managed to escape from his enclosure. Zoo workers were not able to lure Archie back to his pen with food — a tactic that worked years ago when he attempted escape once before.
Although out of his enclosure, the rhino was never near any of the zoo visitors because he was still fenced out of public areas. After sedating Archie, 20 zoo workers were able to lead him down a service road into his pen.
Zoo employees believe he was able to escape because the door to his enclosure was not secured properly.
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