Chinese wildlife park at centre of escaped leopards debacle quietly reopens after six months even though one cat is unaccounted for

A wildlife park in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou reopened for visitors on Saturday after arousing national outrage when the random sighting of escaped leopards revealed a cover-up.The Hangzhou Safari Park kept a low profile in its reopening, six months after it was closed, with no advertising or announcement. However, staff members said tickets have been discreetly available both offline and online.After they escaped in April, two of the three leopards were captured in the hills near the…

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