Sunday, June 04, 2017

Captivity Is Cruelty: Animal Experts Question Kansas City Transport After Giraffe Death

Money line regarding a recent animal death linked to Kansas City . . .

"Animal experts have questioned whether the giraffe was stressed after an 18-hour road trip from the Kansas City Zoo in Missouri, where he had spent his life."

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Travel risky for giraffes, experts say in wake of LV Zoo death

Despite its size and elegance, a giraffe is a fragile creature, susceptible to injury and easily stressed. The long, narrow neck that allows giraffes to forage from treetops in the wild can be a great weakness in captivity, where some have suffered neck injuries.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Some of these dreamer wannabe $15.00 per hour burger flippers should go to Vatterott college to become Giraffe Chiropractors.

Anonymous said...

Where was the news when former director mark wourms killed an elephant that came from the Indy zoo because he wouldn't pay overtime to unload them off the trailer during the middle of the night. They were lucky all three didn't die

Anonymous said...

The price of that new airport is higher than giraffe pussy

Anonymous said...

That's because people land at the airport and steal those rolling stairways just so they can score a giraffe.