Zootanasia in Pakistan

Zootanasia in Pakistan

Zootanasia is a common practice in Europe and also occurs in the United States. Wildlife advocates say this a macabre practice that is not necessary.The killing of a young giraffe in Copenhagen Zoo in February 2014 shook the world, prompting protests from animal advocates and the public. “Marius”, an 18-month-old giraffe who was born at the Copenhagen Zoo, was in good health and likely would have lived a long life.Marius was culled and then fed to the lions at the zoo because zoo officials concluded he was unsuitable for breeding.

As Kaavan, the “world’s loneliest elephant,” finally heads to Islamabad airport – towards a new life in Cambodia, our report on BBC World on the campaign by Cher to set him free, and the work by Four Paws to rehabilitate and transport a 5 ton animal. Rare happy story for 2020. Dear Kaavan! We apologise for not taking good care of you. Kaavan retires to a Cambodian world-class sanctuary. Prev Govt’s didn’t pay any attention in making sanctuaries or National Parks.

Kaavan, dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant” after languishing alone for years in a Pakistani zoo, was readied for his flight to a sanctuary in Cambodia and the much-needed company of other elephants. Kaavan the elephant currently en route to an elephant sanctuary in Cambodia – in a chartered Ilyushin transport aircraft – Left Islamabad early this morning and stopped at New Delhi and he has by now reached his destination, his new home.

A month later, the same zoo killed four lions, again for reasons of genetic purity and reproduction. Generally, zoo animals are usually killed for two reasons: to control the population and manage “excess animals” or to maintain genetic strength and diversity within a captive breeding program. While animal rights activists, some biologists and obviously the public are against the use of euthanasia among zoo animals.

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