Can human stop animal abuse?

Animal abuse is a disturbing problem that still occurs today and is evident in many forms.Now Watch the shocking video.






The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." -Mahatama Gandhi

A one-year-old is forced to fight a neutered cobra during a shocking snake-charming rite of passage in India.
The baby tries to protect itslef while being repeatedly hit by the animal, which has also had its mouth stitched up and its fangs removed. This bizarre spectator sport - reportedly from Kasimkota in Andhra Pradesh - has been condemned by animal rights protesters after footage appeared on the internet.
They've warned that a cobra's fangs grow back quickly, putting the youngsters in mortal danger.
Several snake charmers die each year while handling the animals.








Farming wild animals like bears, crocodiles and tigers has been promoted as a means of saving endangered species by proponents in China, while detractors argue that farms stimulate the illegal wildlife trade and threaten the survival of animals in the wild. Today China has the world's biggest wildlife domestication operation, worth billions of dollars.Without any general animal welfare law to prevent animal abuse on farms, bears are being squeezed of their bile and tigers sit and wait for their turn whilst entertaining crowds in the meantime.

 

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