You may look at the devastation wrought by the flooding in Alberta, Canada and see disaster, but Lobi the hippopotamus saw an opportunity for adventure.
The floodwaters had risen to such depths at the Calgary Zoo that Lobi and his fellow hippos were able to swim out of their tank and into the public areas of the zoo. Lobi was eyeing escaping into the Bow River.
Zookeepers risked their lives to contain the hippos, and used cinder blocks to create a barrier that would keep them in the building.
The waters have now receded and the zoo is in the process of putting things back in order following the floods.
Find out more about this in The Toronto Star