All of the Tiger Safari’s animals are currently accounted for and back at the zoo

By Kelli Bender
Updated May 07, 2015 09:40 PM
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Tuttle, Oklahoma, had to worry about tornadoes and tigers this week.

According to Newsweek, the city’s interactive zoo, Tiger Safari, was hit by a tornado Wednesday night. The damage from the storm led to the escape of several exotic animals, tigers included.

The local sheriff’s department advised residents to stay indoors until all the animals were accounted for and safely returned to the zoo. After several hours of work, authorities announced they had found all of the escapees and that Tiger Safari was reporting a full house of healthy animals once again.

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The tornado that hit the area is part of a larger group of severe storms that affected Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma this week.