Taylor Does A Swifty
Taylor Swift has flown the coop. But there’s no cause for concern as she has already come back.
Safe and sound.
Critically endangered, the one year old eastern bongo antelope escaped from her enclosure in the Sacramento Zoo. But, zoo staff were able to recpture Taylor before she got too far.
With few surviving in their native habitat in Kenya, zoo officials are hopeful Taylor Swift will breed. And they could think of nothing better than seeing lots of little Taylor Swifts running around their compound.
Named Taylor Swift because she very swiftly got to her feet after being born, Taylor is a highly valued creature and draws a huge following at the world class zoo.
Actually, the whole escape attempt only lasted 15 minutes. Though zoo staff are not totally sure how she did it.
Judging by her moves, we think Taylor Swift must have leapt up over the 8 feet fence to make her getaway. But then decided it was better to hang around than go too far from home.
Her timing couldn’t have been better. According to a recent Association of Zoos and Aquariums report, Sacramento Zoo got a good rap… except that some enclosures needed to be bigger and updated to better accommodate their animal residents.
Now, with her dramatic escape bid, Taylor Swift has shone a light on the problem. And it’s strangely coincidental her human counterpart once said, “I think fearless is having fears but jumping anyway.”
On behalf of the other bongos, Taylor Swift’s actions could just be the ticket to seeing things improve.
Like her namesake, Taylor Swift, the talented singer, you could imagine this little antelope would share her same sentiment, “My ultimate goal is to end up being happy. Most of the time.”