Two lions, two tigers and a jaguar that escaped from their enclosures at a zoo in Lünebach, western Germany, have been found.
The animals went for a walkabout when flooding caused by storms eroded fences.
An escaped bear had to be shot dead.
A drone found the other animals still inside the zoo compound.
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The 30-hectare zoo is home to about 400 animals of 60 different species, and has 70,000 visitors a year.