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Why don't we work for the release of Polar Bears in captivity. Zoo life for the Polar Bear equates to a life sentence in cell-like confinement unde...
Why don't we work for the release of Polar Bears in captivity. Zoo life for the Polar Bear equates to a life sentence in cell-like confinement under artificial polar conditions, with the exception that they never touch ice (which is their natural habitat) again. Doesn't this fall under the category of cruel and unusual punishment for animals? We might as well take whales out of the water and just spray them down once in a while.
July 12, 2011 at 14:56
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as if life in the arctic is a picnic, the amount of polar bears that don't reach adulthood is astronomical.
July 18, 2011 at 1:46
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