A study conducted by the Ethology and Animal Welfare Unit of Cardenal-Herrera University examined 1,568 animal houses in 63 Spanish zoos and concluded that there is potential for animals in zoos to escape due to insecure housing or by getting through physical barriers surrounding their enclosures.
Binaries, Boundaries and Bullfighting: Multiple and Alternative Human-Animal Relations in the Spanish Mounted BullfightSubmitted on Oct 25, 2010 (Original item from 2010) Entertainment Animals
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