TheHatredburrito35 karma2019-07-11 14:52:03 UTC
I'm curious about this as well, I feel like the special treatment cats get here in the states is unacceptable and detrimental to the environment.
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TheHatredburrito30 karma2019-03-08 15:46:21 UTC
In your opinion, are most incidents where an exotic animal hurts their owner done by mistake (e.g. a big cat playing too rough), or caused by instincts taking over? (e.g. human turned their back and big cat pounced)
TheHatredburrito9 karma2019-02-15 06:41:59 UTC
Pretty sure that question was directed to someone who actually knows what they're talking about.
TheHatredburrito8 karma2019-03-08 17:55:12 UTC
Thank you very much for the answer!
TheHatredburrito2 karma2020-04-25 17:03:02 UTC
The animals would likely end up having major territorial disputes and it would be a nightmare. The majority of captive tigers ate also mixes between subspecies and as such have no real place in the wild.
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