Close down Indonesia’s infamous ‘death zoo’

Surabaya Zoo, on the island of Java, is essentially a penitentiary for all its inhabitants. Hundreds of animals have died; including multiple orangutans, a giraffe, a wildebeest and, most recently, a critically endangered male tiger named Rama.

Sumatran tigers are the world’s most critically endangered tiger subspecies, with only 400 to 500 animals remaining in the wild, according to WWF.

We need to close down this zoo NOW!

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