Animals have a right to freedom, even if they are in zoos. At an animal park in Java, investigators found an orang utan kept in a concrete cage with garbage inside. In Bali, a pig tailed macaque was kept in a dingy cage with one leg chained to the bars. Three elephants at a zoo in Java were chained by their legs and able to move only one metre in any direction.
These are the horrifying findings of a report of the World Society for the Protection of Animals (wspa). The report "Caged Cruelty
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