Feb 11 2010
A controversial zoo in Argentina allows tourists to have extremely close encounters with some of the most dangerous predators in the world.
At the Lujan Zoo near Buenos Aires visitors can ride lions, cuddle bears, stroke tigers and feed cheetahs. Cages are accessible to everyone who has paid the $50 and signed the paper saying that if you are eaten, the Zoo is not responsible.
You read that correctly. If you are eaten, the Zoo is not responsible. Children are allowed inside Lion cages. I will repeat that. Children are allowed inside Lion cages. Is this some kind of joke?Â It has to be right?
I mean are the animals drugged?Â If someone isn’t eaten or injured at least once a day I’d be shocked.
Well, here are some pictures anyway
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