Discussion in 'General Zoo Discussion' started by vogelcommando, 14 Jan 2015.
Found this documentary on the net :
Just joining thread to watch later
Watched the first few minutes. Interesting; I'll have to finish it later.
I just watched it, it was very interesting.
Though there was reference to seeing tapirs in South America with a Malayan tapir in the background
Well said, David Hancock.
The title is somehow misleading, as a zoo revolution seems to be still ages away.
I wonder if there is a connection between the set up of zoos for human entertainment and the greed for pets from wildlife trafficking or the breeding of animals like orangutans as done in Russia for private purpose.
Children from a slum in Joburg should have been better brought into their own wilderness in nearby Pilanesberg, to educate them in what has really to be saved and protected: Nature.
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