There is a monkey in Mano Park in Sado City, Niigata Prefecture, who is confined alone. Perhaps her friends were also confined. If so, she have seen her friends die one by one.
She has a very friendly face.
The voice was very thin and gentle.
In Japan, monkeys are confined in this way alone.
And unfortunately they can’t release.
They can’t find food, they can’t get into the flock, and they’ll be locked up again or killed when they come back to the town.
How long will this continue?
I want Japanese animals, of course, animals from all over the world to live freely and happily.
Let’s stop human-centricism.
People don’t go to the zoo on cold rainy days, typhoon days, intensely hot weekdays, and days when you don’t want to see people. But animals are always there. To be seen and touched by humans on a good day.
“Can you endure if you are an animal?”
Confinement (zoo aquarium), unwilling breeding (livestock production), test subjects without anesthesia (animal experiment), hunting, eating and wearing dead bodies, Is it okay for animals that you can’t endure?
The situation is described in each photo.
You may want to compare the difference between the following link and the official photo.