An unfair fight

China Photos/Getty Images   The Changchun Wildlife Park in northeast China trains its animals to reconnect with their savage nature and learn how to hunt in the wild…apparently by putting them into a cage where the prey has no escape.

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CHANGCHUN, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 29: (CHINA OUT) A tiger attacks live prey at the Changchun Wildlife Park on September 29, 2006 in Changchun, Jilin Province, China. The park is training wild animals to resume their savage nature and develop their ability to live in the field, according to local media. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)

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The Changchun Wildlife Park in northeast China trains its animals to reconnect with their savage nature and learn how to hunt in the wild...apparently by putting them into a cage where the prey has no escape.

China Photos/Getty Images

 

The Changchun Wildlife Park in northeast China trains its animals to reconnect with their savage nature and learn how to hunt in the wild…apparently by putting them into a cage where the prey has no escape.

Carolyn O'Hara is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.

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