Zoo In China Gives Close Encounters With Dangerous Animals

China’s Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo turns the traditional zoo inside out, putting the visitors in cages and letting the animals roam the park.

Paying to get caged may sound absurd but it’s actually a far better exercise than locking the animals up. Humans can get up, close and personal with the wild yet stay far enough to avoid ending up dead. And then there’s free will –  a choice humans can use to get out of captivity whenever they want and go back to the comfort of their real homes.

An alternative that zoo animals are stripped off as soon as they are caged.

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