A breaking PETA undercover investigation into Yellowstone Bear World, a bear-breeding operation in Rexburg, Idaho, found that workers used traumatized cubs desperate for their mothers in public feeding “encounters,” threatened to beat bears with a stick, denied pain medication to a cub with a fractured leg, and more.
Frantic cubs—who, according to guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, are too big, too fast, and too strong to be handled by the public—routinely bit, scratched, and bruised workers. PETA’s investigator witnessed a supervisor lash out when a cub named Tootsie bit her, threatening to “throw” Tootsie across the room and rip out her teeth “one by one.”
When the bears are no longer used for public “encounters,” they are confined to a drive-through enclosure where they have nothing to do but beg for scraps of unhealthy bread visitors toss to them from tour trucks.
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Yellowstone Bear World Exploits Cubs in Public Encounters | PETA
Thanks for everything that you do to help animals.
Debbie Metzler, M.S.
Director of Captive Animal Welfare
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Why are these people even breeding bears? Leave them alone in the wild and they will do just fine.
Every time humans get involved they F everything up.
LEAVE THE WILDLIFE ALONE!!!
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