STRICT LIABILITY: SCOPE OF DUTY OWED
The duty owed is an absolute duty to make safe the animal, activity, or condition that is classified as abnormally dangerous, and liability is imposed for any injuries to persons or property resulting therefrom.
Duty owed only to foreseeable plaintiffs -- persons to whom a reasonable person would have foreseen a risk of harm under the circumstances.
Duty limited to normally dangerous propensity, ie, the kind of danger to be anticipated from the dangerous activity or animal.
Defendants liability can be cut off by a finding of unforeseeable intervening forces.