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9 Animals Driven Insane

Zoochosis (n.): A psychological condition of animals kept in circuses and zoos.
Symptoms include pacing, circling, swaying, and self-injury caused by deprivation, loneliness, stress, desperation, and insanity.

Please, don’t go to circuses or zoos: www.peta.org/issues/animals-in-entertainment/.

The living conditions at zoos, circuses, and other animal exhibits are often dismal, with animals confined to tiny, filthy, barren enclosures that can’t come anywhere close to matching the space, diversity, and freedom that animals enjoy in their natural habitats. This deprivation—combined with relentless boredom, loneliness, stress, and sometimes even abuse from the people who are supposed to be caring for them—causes many captive animals to lose their minds.

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