Minos on a US farm have been released by intruders, and authorities are urging residents not to approach the animals.

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(Associated Press)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The Lion Farms farm in Hogreen Township, Ohio, USA, was recently broken into and opened the fence to release 25,000 to 40,000 ferrets (also known as minks). The local sheriff's office has urged residents not to approach these animals , as they may bite.

According to CNN, the Sheriff's Office pointed out that one or more suspects may have invaded Lion Farms. Many of the released ferrets remained in the farm and did not run out. Some were surrounded by employees. It is estimated that there are still More than 10,000 animals have yet to be caught outside.

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The authorities said that ferrets are carnivores, mainly eating fresh meat from hunting. It has been proven to cause problems for poultry farms and koi ornamental ponds, causing heavy losses to farmers and homeowners. Therefore, the public is urged to see ferrets After that, experts can be notified immediately.