Camels, goats, cows and donkeys carrying explosives could be used in deadly attacks by Nigerian terror group Boko Haram.
Youngsters disguised as cobblers hiding explosives in their tool boxes are also set to be used in the terror attacks.
Mike Omeri, coordinator of Nigeria's National Information Center, said: 'Available intelligence reports indicate a plan by Boko Haram to use young male suicide bombers disguised as cobblers to hide explosives in their tool boxes and detonate them in soft target areas such as markets, restaurants, ATM locations, political rallies, worship centres, as well as other public places.
'Also there is indication of a plan by this group to use livestock, such as goats, cows, donkeys and camels, laden with explosives to attack chosen targets.
'In view of these, the general public, including all persons operating within and around the aforementioned places, is advised to be vigilant and mindful of suspicious activities within their environment.'