I am curious to see what the zen sessions look like. I’ve never heard of zoos doing that before. Are there any pictures of the Oregon Zoo doing that? There is an older looking polar bear in the Portland Zoo that could use some help. He paces up and down and has already made a rut in the walkway could you check him out?
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More Prison 4 Profit Bullshit!! Her mother didn’t abandon her because she had been a ‘first-time mother’, this is the Bullshit crap lies told to excuse the obvious result of the mother held in the harmful unnatural environment of the Prison 4 Profit ‘zoo’. Do they think the public to be so clueless as to believe the in nature polar bear ‘ first-time mothers’ have birthing and child-rearing classes and support system? I nature they give birth in their protective den during their light hibernation, but both babies and mother are ok because they are undisturbed by profit-seeking greedy egotistical humans. In nature baby, the polar bear can nurse and stay with their mom until the age of 30 months. Nana bear. Mothers abandon their cubs in the wild all the time, and the mom has had 2 more cubs which she has not abandoned.
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She may have left Nora because she sensed developmental problems. You can complain about zoos all day, but they’re the ones putting in the hours to learn about and help keep these animals going, even when numbers dwindle in the wild. I’m assuming that either u an extremely naive and easily fooled or in some fashion associated with these Prison 4 Profit zoos, that u would lie and misdirect from the truth to defend these evil places. U redirect and purposely misdirect from their lie where they insinuate that first-time mammal mothers typically abandon their young. If that were true no mammal species could survive nor would survive to this day!! U then defend via another lie of your own via saying “mothers abandon their cubs all the time”. Lol was there any truth to that lie, again there would exist no mammal species today at all. The actual truth is that on rare occasions some mothers can abandon a cub and typically if the cub had “failure to thrive ” and in that sad instance it is to the benefit of that species, something any 101 zoology student learned.: Survival of the fittest is vital to the long-term survival of any species.