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It's one thing for it to happen in nature, but it's a different story when you intentionally create a scenario and showcase it as some kind of spectacle.

It's a dissection. Didn't you do this in biology class? There's nothing wrong with dissecting a dead animal. They had to do it anyway, they just decided to make it a learning opportunity for the public. Basically a public biology class. No one was forced to watch. I really don't see what the big deal is.

I don't know why the animal couldn't just have been neutered though. Seems a bit more humane than killing it entirely, but then I don't know the first thing about giraffe genetics, so I'm sure they have a good reason, especially when they're turning down such large offers to buy the animal.

They said that neutering giraffes is not well mastered and risky.

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They said that neutering giraffes is not well mastered and risky.

That would be the reason then. Thanks :)

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