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Residents told to 'stay indoors' after lion and tiger spotted

Residents have been told to remain indoors as a number of zoo animals remain "at large" following a serious flood.

The Foreign Office said Georgian authorities have warned that two lions, a bear and a jaguar have not yet been accounted for.

A lion and a tiger have also been reported to have been seen in the Vake area of Georgia's capital Tbilisi.

The warning comes on the same day a worker was mauled to deathby a white tiger.

The animals escaped after a severe flood knocked down the enclosures at a zoo.

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Big cat spotted on the prowl after flood

A photo of what appears to be a lion has been posted online after a flood in Georgia knocked down fences at a zoo.

It was spotted on the same day that white tiger mauled a man to death.

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