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Tokyo zoo stages 'zebra escape'

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About 60 staff at a Tokyo zoo chased around a keeper dressed as a zebra on Friday in a drill to simulate one of the park's animal inhabitants making a break for freedom. 

A staff member dressed as a zebra tries to escape from the Tama Zoo in Tokyo on February 1, 2013. About 60 staff chased around a keeper dressed as a zebra in a drill to simulate one of the park's animal inhabitants making a break for freedom.

The drill saw the zookeeper tackled and mock stun-gunned by his colleagues.

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