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Captivity done right: Philadelphia Zoo unveils walkways for their big cats

Wild animals, like this tiger at Big Cat Rescue, benefit from rotation schedules at zoos and sanctuaries. The reason is that they get new scenery, new scents, and more room to roam, creating a more natural environment for them.
Wild animals, like this tiger at Big Cat Rescue, benefit from rotation schedules at zoos and sanctuaries. The reason is that they get new scenery, new scents, and more room to roam, creating a more natural environment for them.
Eve-Angeline Mitchell
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