Camels run loose, stroll Cedar Point theme park after enclosure escape: Watch

Two camels from a petting zoo area at a popular amusement park in Ohio made things interesting for parkgoers visiting on Tuesday.

According to Fox19, the camels got loose and escaped from their enclosure at Cedar Point's "The Barnyard" and pranced up and down the walkway near the park's Millennium Force rollercoaster.

Several videos of the camel duo went viral, showing them strolling across the park and greeting a few ride-goers. Some videos show the single-humped animals nearly kicking a person in a motorized wheelchair. Luckily for the witnesses who watched the impromptu camel parade, no one was hurt, per the Cincinnati Enquirer, part of USA TODAY.

The dromedary drama was apparently short-lived. These tall, furry, four-legged friends were quickly returned home after their brief escape. Park officials called the stroll "unprecedented."

Cedar Point is currently investigating how the camels escaped.

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What is Cedar Point?

Cedar Point, located in Sandusky, is home to 18 roller coasters, a water park, a beach, and multiple thrill rides and attractions, as well as live entertainment.

The Barnyard is an interactive experience at the park. Visitors can enjoy other animals, including goats, sheep, pigs, ducks, turtles, and donkeys.

PETA releases statement on camels getting loose

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture − that oversees such petting zoos − to investigate Kentucky-based Honey Hill that supplies the camels and other animals that call Cedar Point's Barnyard home.

"No one should be surprised that distressed camels panicked and ran away, hoping to escape a near-constant, chaotic barrage of excessive handling, noisy roller coasters, and screaming parkgoers," said PETA Foundation Senior Director of Captive Animal Welfare Debbie Metzler in a statement.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Camels on the loose escape enclosure at Cedar Point theme park: Watch