“In India, nearly 2,300 people have been killed by elephants over the past five years.” This elephant killed five people. However, India does not kill elephant and trains as a patrol in the park, or releases them in a safe place if it fails. https://www.afpbb.com/articles/-/3254562
In the United States, there is a rule for people who trekking in national parks to suspend food from the tree when sleeping, so that bears cannot be taken.
Regarding the purpose of this rule, the administrative side
“This does not protect you. It is a measure to protect the bear.”
On the other hand, In Japan, with a self-image that we have been involved with animals as an 8 million god, we are animal-friendly and love nature. There have been 19 deaths from bears over the past decade. When a bear is killed by a human being, and then just descends into the isolator, the person panics, makes a hysterical fuss, demands to kill, takes a group kill, and feels safe when killed.
Japanese attitudes towards animals have distinct characteristics.
Even if you are interpersonal, there may be an unusually large number of people seeking death penalty, and it is also related to being the only country in the developed country that is performing the death penalty.
Various people discuss the peculiarities of Japanese mentality. This is the reason why the activity methods that are valid in foreign countries cannot be understood in Japan. It will be essential for animal release activities to start by collecting, organizing, and analyzing the phenomena and causes.
[How to use the bull hook] (during signing campaign)
Although it is difficult with the naked eye, many scratches can be seen when photographing the skin of an elephant with a telephoto camera.
The elephant keeper stings the elephant’s fatal spots. These photos are taken by LIB member I.S. Elephants has been hurt, cured, and hurt for many years. You will probably see many scars on the back of elephants ears.
Zoos and elephant keepers know well that many customers only look at them dimly.
So far, the facility has been able to hurt elephants and make money with an unfamiliar face.
They’ll feel threatened by knowing that they have taken pictures of LIBs shooting, elephant stabs, drills, and photos of scars customers can’t see.
We will not let them like it from now on.
We will continue to monitor.
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