A popular zoo in Lebanon has been hit hard by the pioneers of social networking sites.
The zoo has a glass case that allows visitors to crawl into the lion’s enclosure and tease and chase away, as part of an ad that offers a “memorable face-to-face lion”.
In a related context, Eliza Allen, director of the “People for Ethical Treatment for Animals” association in the United Kingdom, attacked the zoo and said, “It is a shame to think that this ugly zoo is nothing more than a visual display of animals.”
“It is clear that this dramatic interaction is annoying to the lion, and it urges all those who oppose cruelty to stay away from this facility and condemn the toleration of stress and frustration for the entertainment of human beings, and others who plunder meaningful lives.”
On the other hand, the wave of harsh criticism against the zoo’s behavior on animals, after inserting a video clip inside, into a glass box by two women provocative movements of an adult lion, photo and video sharing site through the zoo’s official account on Instagram.
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