Jul 16, 2019
Tigers are endangered, but there are more of them in cages in America than there are in the wild. What happened? Roadside zoo entrepreneurs have gone under the radar. Now PETA is doing what it can to end it all, beginning with roadside zoos. The animal attractions feature tiger cub petting that separates tiger cubs from their mothers. The zoos aren't great for the public, but it's worse for the tigers.
PETA's Brittany Peet talks about the effort to end the roadside attractions and save the tigers.
Go to PETA.org for what you can do to help.
See the Washington Post article to which PETA contributed information.
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