Ranoo The Bear Suffers To Death At Karachi Zoo

Recently, a bear at a zoo in Shanghai attacked and killed one of the workers in front of a tourist bus. Another bear in Russia, who was forced to be part of a circus, mauled a worker who entered his cage. 

Ranoo the bear suffers to death at Karachi zoo

By Shelby Hettler

Visiting a zoo is often considered a family-friendly activity that is both educational and fun. Many people view these facilities as beneficial to animals; however, that simply isn’t true.

The poor animals are kept in tiny enclosures for their whole lives. Sometimes they are moved between zoos, which add a whole other level of stress to the experience.

Furthermore, while many zoos like to masquerade as conservation facilities, they are exploitative and many zoos neglect and mistreat their animals. The cruel and stressful environment inevitably takes a toll on the animals’ mental wellbeing.

Many suffer from zoochosis and depression, as well as various physical ailments.

Living in captivity can also lead to outbursts that are dangerous for the humans that interact with or are nearby the animals. Recently, a bear at a zoo in Shanghai attacked and killed one of the workers in front of a tourist bus.

Another bear in Russia, who was forced to be part of a circus, mauled a worker who entered his cage. When animals, like these bears, are forced to live in tiny cages and unnatural environments, they may become aggressive towards people, other animals, and themselves.

Originally published at One green planet

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