WARNING: The animal cruelty you’re about to see might disturb you. There’s a zoo in Indonesia that mistreats its animals so terribly, it”s referred to as the Zoo of Demise. The Surabaya Zoo is, fairly actually, a residing nightmare. It’s Indonesia”s largest zoo, charging folks about $1.00 to enter and look at the horrors inside. The animals there lack fundamental care, vitamin and correct residing situations. You might assume calling it a “zoo of dying” or “nightmare zoo” is a bit excessive… Till you see the images.
An estimated 25 animals die a MONTH from unnatural causes.
The animals there are ravenous, particularly the carnivores.
Lots of them have been emaciated for therefore lengthy, their our bodies can not soak up vitamin correctly.
They sit on chilly concrete, losing away.
Kliwon the giraffe died with a 40lb wad of plastic the dimensions of a seaside ball in its abdomen.
The animals who don”t starve to dying?
They”re sometimes euthanized on account of different well being points.
One have a look at the creatures residing on this zoo is sufficient to convey an individual to tears.
It doesn’t matter what your stances are on zoos usually, most individuals ought to agree that THIS zoo is an abomination.
And the animals who do die?
They’re rumored to have their most useful physique elements offered into the $5 billion per 12 months unlawful wildlife commerce
There was a serious on-line petition to cease the deliberate cruelty within the Surabaya Zoo, receiving over 100,000 signatures. The petition is now closed and a consultant from Cee4life is now on their option to Indonesia to ship this vitally necessary petition. To remain up to date on their progress to avoid wasting these animals, go to their Fb web page. Y
ou can do one thing to assist, although. Indonesia is house to among the world”s final remaining and most various rain forests. These forests are beneath imminent menace of destruction for reasonable paper and palm oil manufacturing. You possibly can assist SAVE these rain forests by signing a web-based petition. This petition has over 37,000 signatures and has efficiently (though quickly) halted the turning over of 1.2 million hectares of Aceh Forest to the greasy fingers of Palm Oil producers, paper mills, and mining firms.
Aceh is house to 1/three to 1/2 of the final remaining Sumatran Tigers and 80% of all of the world”s wild Orangutans. Please go to and signal this Change.org petition to assist save the Indonesian rain forests (and each single animal there).
This zoo of dying is disgusting. Assist put a cease to this insane animal cruelty.