A pet zebra escaped from a Florida home and was then shot and killed by its owner, according to authorities. The man wasn’t licensed to own the wild animal. The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office says the zebra, named Shadow, injured itself while escaping Wednesday in the town of Callahan, Florida. Neighbors told WTLV-TV that the zebra was cornered by the owner and killed as authorities responded to the scene. No other exotic animals were found on the property and the commission is trying to determine how the zebra escaped. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission investigators say the owner, whose identity was not immediately released, didn’t have a valid captive wildlife license.