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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Close London Zoo

You may remember how London Zoo's incompetence and negligence caused the death of their first gorilla baby in over 20 years. I could make no headway because David Field, the animal manager responsible for putting the baby in with an unrelated male, was married to Lesley Dickie, the person from the endangered species programme who should have dealt with it.

Field was later promoted rather than sacked.

Now the useless bastards have done it again. The new-born Sumatran tiger cub has drowned.

The tiger enclosure has two halves, one with pool, one without. Any sensible person would have made sure Melati and her cub had access only to the dry enclosure. But no. These idiots who would apparently let their own small children loose near water have sacrificed this wonderful little baby to their own ignorance and negligence.

In a few months my membership will be up, and I cannot imagine they can do anything to persuade me or the other disgusted members to renew.

Close now, ZSL, you are just a bunch of amateurs who should never be let loose on vulnerable endangered species. As for the Sumatran tiger stud book,it's just a travesty to let you keep it.

8 comments:

JoJo said...

NOOOOOOOO!!!! :'( How could they let that happen? That's just horrible and I'm sooo sad to hear this.

judith said...

That is just terrible.. Stupid.. stupid people..

judith said...

The Edinburgh Panda has now lost her baby.... so sad..

Claire said...

One more reason not to like zoos (and circuses - while we're at it) and to support the 'right' organizations.

Diane said...

I know nothing at all about keeping wild animals, but I can't say it would occur to me to put a tiny tiger cub in the vicinity of a pool where it's mother may like to go for a bathe....

Eliza said...

I saw this yesterday..made me cry..then I got angry too. I understand that she is a nervous animal and they didn't want to stress her out too much, but surely they could have compromised and let her into the area without the pond..I wouldn't have let Heskey take her kittens anywhere near a pond when they were only 3 weeks old,and thats just common sense..so stupid and senseless

Tess said...

I'm just not crazy about zoo's. I know they do some good work...But it would be a much better world if animals could stay in their natural environments..

Claire said...

Yep sure would be better if animals could stay and live in their natural environments but then again there's humans and greed of gain, humans and stupidity and well you know, humans in general ...

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