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Escapee chimp, Sudi, comfortable
By SASHA HARRINANAN Friday, September 27 2013
Sudi the chimpanzee was “looking quite comfortable” after being returned to her enclosure at the Emperor Valley Zoo, Port-of-Spain yesterday morning.
The 45-year-old female chimp became a bit of a celebrity yesterday following media reports about her short-lived dash for freedom on Wednesday. Zoo curator Nirmal Biptah told Newsday, “We had a few first-time visitors today who came especially to see Sudi after reading about her in the newspaper. She was her usual self and was showing no signs of any ill-effects from being sedated yesterday morning.” Sudi, hand-raised since birth in Canada and a resident of the zoo for the past 30 years, managed to escape her enclosure at 8.30 am on Wednesday, half an hour before the facility officially opens it doors each day.
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