It's easy for us to get overconfident about our relationship with animals and nature at large. As a species, we've spent thousands of years both convincing ourselves that we're the masters of the earth and getting better at figuring out how to survive the challenges it throws at us.
And although we go to zoos to see how magnificent animals we'd normally never have the chance to meet are, we also know that we can only do this thanks to systems in place to bring them to us.
However, we suddenly feel a lot less protection from that system when one of them gets loose. It suddenly becomes very clear how much stronger and faster a lot of them are than us and it's hard not to start picturing scenes like the ones you're about to see.