Cycling Bear Attempts To Eat Cycling Monkey

Cycling Bear Attempts To Eat Cycling Monkey

This video is proof that China also commits social injustices to its’ animals as well as its’ people. HOW any human being can profit or find entertainment value in the suffering of an animal, I haven’t a clue. It’s sickening. It’s cruel. It’s inhumane. But, unfortunately it’s legal. In the States, we have circuses still! My friend just saw a local circus where the tigers were forced to jump through burning hoops and the elephants gave rides to screaming children. Release these poor souls. Release them back into the wild where they thrive emotionally and physically. This video disturbs me to the bone.

Leslie

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