Animals who live in zoos are treated as voyeuristic objects rather than living creatures, and are often driven to insanity in the transition from being free and wild to incarcerated and dependent on humans for survival.
Polar bears, lions, tigers, and cheetahs show the most evidence of stress in captivity. Several bear species were engaging in neurotic, stereotypical behavior, including pacing, walking in circles, and swaying or rolling their heads.
All living creatures should live free, not imprisoned.
Затворање на логорите за животни.
Video made in the ZOO in Bitola, Macedonia
by Netocka Nezvanova and Kalina Kalinka.

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