Runaway cow 'rugby tackled' in Western Australia

Runaway cow 'rugby tackled' in Western Australia

A cow on the loose for more than 24 hours since escaping from a cattle ship at Western Australia's busiest cargo port has been recaptured by rangers.
The animal absonded while being loaded at Fremantle Harbour, jumped into the water and swam to shore.
Several eyewitnesses spotted the animal roaming coastal parks and, apparently, enjoying a beachside sunset.
The cow was eventually caught on the railway 7km (four miles) away in the western suburbs of Perth on Monday.
Josh Gammon-Carson, from Fremantle Sea Rescue, was called out after the escaped cow was spotted in the water.
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15 November 2016 in World News, Views: 46
Source: BBC

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