zoo break (plural zoo breaks)
- (rare) A breakout by animals from a zoo.
1936, Today: An Independent National Weekly, volume 6, OCLC 1604628, page iv:
The Herald published a fictitious story of a zoo break, accompanied by pictures of elephants, donkeys, lions and other brothers of the menagerie.
1950, The Virginia Spectator, OCLC 22498386, page 8:
One night there was a zoo break, and one of the elephants wound up in the young lady's vegetable garden.
1998, Josie P. Campbell, John Irving: A Critical Companion, Greenwood Press, OCLC 179111907, page 18:
In one of these scenes, Siggy must run for his life, and goes back to Vienna to plan the zoo break.