Cow jumps export ship, swims to freedom in wild rescue

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By: Sean Dowling

We have the cow that jumped over the moon, what about the cow that jumped the ship!

Bet you've never seen a cow like this!

The animal basically turned into a triathlete after escaping or falling off a live exports ship, swimming through the water, and running through town before finally being captured, according to an Australian news site.

The cow was seen swimming in the ocean off Fremantle Port in Western Australia.

Fremantle Sea Rescue was on the case, with a GoPro in hand, as rescuers tried to steer the cow to move to the nearest beach.

The team is used to performing some blockbuster movie-style rescues, so a cow should be the least of their worries. Not quite.

They were able to corral the cow to the rocky shore, but before everyone knew it, the cow hit the high road. Mashable reports the cow was running wild along South Beach, and actually managed to hide from rangers for nearly 24 hours!

But a cow can't hide forever, it was rounded up more than 3 miles away from where it jumped ship.

Hopefully, it will be going back to the same one!

Scroll through to see another daring cow:

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Rogue cow takes to the streets in Queens
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Rogue cow takes to the streets in Queens
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Yes, you heard right! Cow on the loose-Jamaica Queens.All Officers safe.No injuries.Thank you all for your patience. https://t.co/A1kGV85fUP
NYC: Video of a cow running around in Queens earlier today on 164 St and Jamaica Ave. https://t.co/c5ONO8u4RR
Just in case you're wondering: there is cow on the loose in Jamaica, Queens
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