The Dallas Zoo had an interesting update on Twitter this morning, announcing that the zoo had been closed until further notice.
The zoo sent the update just after 10 o'clock this morning local time and, at first, I was quite concerned due to the wording of the Tweet.
A clouded leopard "was not in its habitat" when zookeepers got to work this morning, and the search was on.
The zoo was sure to include the phrase "non-dangerous animal" in its Tweet which - when I hear "leopard" - is not the first phrase that comes to mind.
So, what exactly is a "clouded leopard"?
This guy was thinking like I was when the "non-dangerous" appeared alongside "leopard".
All's well that ends well.