In the USA, precisely in a zoo in the state of Utah, the trainer Lindsay Bull was bitten by an alligator: her attack could cost the girl her life, who also risked losing an arm. Yet another story of how horrible and narcissistic it is to keep animals in captivity, trying to teach them and then offer them to the mad.
Lindsay had entered an alligator's cage to feed it when the animal bit her hand, in front of some children on a trip to the zoo. The alligator continues to hold the woman's hand and part of her arm in his jaws. One of the accompanying children first tried to open the animal's mouth and then pull it by the tail until the woman's arm was released, freeing her from her grip.
The trainer had to undergo hand reconstruction surgery.
USA zoo: Alligator attacks a female trainer and threatens to kill her
Scales and Tails Utah on facebook wrote: "We want to send a huge shoutout to Donnie Wiseman and Todd & Amy Christopher!
We want to thank them for their heroism. Working with some of these animals has inherent risks that we as the staff accept. Yesterday, the sort of event that we hope never happens happened. One of our gator handlers got bitten by our large alligator and things took a bad turn.
These gentleman could have stayed in the safety zone as most of us would, but instead jumped into the situation, of their own volition, and helped secure the alligator. Their help, combined with the training of our staff member, probably saved her life and her limbs.
Mrs. Christopher had a nursing background and started first aid prior to the EMT's arrival and we thank her for that as well. Our staff member is doing well and is in recovery."
The incommentable zoo box that cages a lion for the enjoyment of tourists
Through a video posted on Instagram, In Lebanon, the Animal City zoo has released its new incommentable, intolerable attraction involving a lion.
This is very small boxe in the lion enclosure, designed to let tourists who want to be face to face with the splendid animal enter. Two girls enter the protected box that allows her to stay inside a lion's enclosure. The girls in the video taunt and mock the feline as he slams his front paws on the protective glass.
A truly chilling spot, which once again shows the cruelty towards these animals that should live in their natural habitat. Elisa Allen, director of PETA in the UK, said: "Shame on this terrible zoo that treats animals as nothing more than living attractions."