Animals used for entertainment
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to witness the horrors circus animals endure.
Did you know?
Animals don’t like to put on shows—they’re used and abused for the sake of human entertainment. To force bears, elephants, tigers, and others in circuses to perform confusing and physically demanding tricks, trainers use bullhooks, whips, tight collars, muzzles, electric prods, and other painful tools of the trade. Frustrated by years of beatings and confinement, many of them snap—countless animals, trainers, and members of the public have been injured and even killed.
Animals held captive at marine parks (like SeaWorld) or in aquariums don’t fare much better. In captivity, orcas and other dolphins swim in endless circles in tanks that, to them, are the equivalent of bathtubs, and they’re denied the opportunity to engage in almost any natural behavior. Instead, some are forced to perform meaningless tricks. Most die far short of their natural life expectancy.
What can you do?
Do not attend circuses that use animals in their show.
Do not go to other shows/entertainment places that have animals in captivity. They are not put on this earth for our enjoyment.
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