( CNN) By now, you’ve most certainly determined the video of the flamingos at Busch Garden strutting to security because of Hurricane Irma. Or the manatees who were rescued after the blizzard sucked up water from a bay and left them stranded.

SAFE AT THE ZOO

At Zoo Miami, flamingos, as well as roseate spoonbills, were moved to a temporary enclosing in a hurricane-resistant arrangement at the zoo.

So were the pelicans …

the cheetahs …

… and the vultures.

Oh, and the porcupines too.

The vast majority of the zoo’s animals, nonetheless, journeyed out the blizzard in their own enclosures.

SAFE IN JAIL

It’s not just inmates who hunkered down behind saloons to escape Irma’s wrath. Some 250 animals — like Mo the sloth — from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office’s animal farm in Key West were moved to the city incarcerate to wait out the storm.

Alpacas, serpents, horses and the other animals were placed in holding cells, along with all the food they required. Trash barrel were fitted with fresh water so they had something to beverage.

SAFE WITH THE SITTER

Some people simply left the pets with the sitter. A Paw Above, a pet sitting business in Hollywood, Florida, was inundated with pet care requests as owners left town. Employees said they took care of 20 dogs and 21 cats.

SAFE IN ANOTHER STATE

This nurse shark at the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in Panacea, Florida, was one of the last to be to withdraw from the facility. Other animals at the lab, two sharks and a loggerhead sea turtle, were sent to Atlanta before the blizzard hit.

SAFE WITH THE ONES WHO LOVE THEM

Some animals simply hunkered down with their owners in pet-friendly shelters, like this one at the Miami-Dade County Fair.