Borth Zoo re-opens as more shocking deaths exposed
it seems Borth Wild Animal Kingdom is choosing to once again put animals and the public at risk.
Last month the zoo was banned from keeping ‘dangerous’ animals like lions and lynx captive, and advised to close after being found to be breaching zoo licensing laws. Now the zoo has decided to ignore official guidance and has RE-OPENED to the public ( www.freedomforanimals.org.uk/n… ), despite STILL being in breach.
And this has happened just as we have exposed further shocking deaths at the zoo. In documents obtained by Freedom for Animals we have unearthed that 21% of the marmoset monkeys living at the zoo all died in one year. In the same year, five tortoises, who would normally live up to 100 years old, all died too 21% of the marmoset monkeys living at the zoo all died in one year. In the same year, five tortoises, who would normally live up to 100 years old, all died too ( www.freedomforanimals.org.uk/n… ).
We are deeply concerned by these deaths but not surprised when we see the zoo continuing to ignore official guidelines.
This is why we are continuing the fight to have this place SHUT for good… but we need your help!
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The zoo has ignored official guidance… so when will they be closed down for good
Martina Patterson (February 26, 2020 at 11:55 AM)
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