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13 november 2012

De gruwelijke Chinese / Aziatische bont-industrie

Campagne Animals Asia

Animals that would usually have large territories are commonly kept in small barren cages, without access to even basic enrichment. Naturally solitary animals such as mink are held in close proximity to their neighbours. Slaughter methods are designed to protect the valuable pelts rather than the welfare of the animals concerned, and are often barbaric, poorly regulated, and carried out by untrained workers. There is evidence that many animals are skinned alive on fur farms. Stereotypic behaviour, disease, and infanticide are common.

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