It's not often that wildlife makes it into the actual airport were humans roam free.
On the runway, maybe, as airport can be surrounded by wildlife. But a wild animal entering a departure lounge? That's pretty damn rare.
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Recently, videos were shared online of a mule trotting around the Terminal 1 departure lounge at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport in Israel. The animal looked almost bored, it was that calm and chilled out.
A superior animal roaming among mere peasant humans!
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The nonchalant animal was not tagged or identified as a police horse, so finding its rightful owner or handler was a tricky task, says Travel and Leisure.
Later, the animal was safely removed from the airport - and the natural order of things were restored.
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