PETA Animal Rights Activists Remember Kansas City Zoo Chimpanzee Starvation Death In Aftermath Of Tragic Escape Attempt!!!
In the aftermath of local primate escape attempts from the Kansas city Zoo . . .
PETA says "Life in captivity is no life at all."
Furthermore . . .
Local PETA peeps remind us that in 2012 the local zoo was shamed by their treatment of chimps:
KMBC: KC Zoo fined after chimpanzee starves to death
"The United States Department of Agriculture fined the Kansas City Zoo $4,500 after a chimpanzee starved to death last year.
USDA officials said zookeepers failed to prevent bigger and stronger chimpanzees from taking food away from 13-year-old Nusu, who was smaller.
Nusu died in December. Zoo officials said he should have weighed about 150 pounds, but was only 94 pounds when he died."
And so, while somewhat funny . . . It's not unreasonable to suspect that the chimps had reason to search for refuge as conditions at The Kansas City Zoo remain suspect to PETA animal rights advocates.
Developing . . .