Wild animals are mostly exploited for a advantage or party of other people. Brown bears in Armenia are, unfortunately, no exception.
Across a former Soviet commonwealth are serf bears housed in little cages during restaurants, train depots, selling centers and even factories. Many were held as cubs and forced to spend their lives in these little prisons, all for a party of tourists, diners, commuters, and shoppers. Thats because a non-profit classification International Animal Rescue (IAR) has launched The Great Bear Rescue, a goal to save them.
“Some have been vital for years in small, empty cages, flourishing usually on bits and filthy, low H2O and station on stinking mounds of their possess feces,” pronounced IAR Chief Executive Alan Knight.
“Many of them soothe their dullness and disappointment by pacing forever to and fro, banging their heads opposite a walls or climbing adult a bars, acid frantically for an shun route.”
“They have been attacked of their grace and their freedom, all for people’s idle entertainment. It sickens me.”