Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo china – Most Ferocious Zoo – Where People Are Caged And Animals Roam Free.
There?s a reverse Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo china where people are the ones locked up in cages. the lehe ledu wildlife zoo in chongqing transports visitors in caged buses while the animals are free to roam in an effort to keep them happier and less stressed with longer lifespans.
The zoo was opened in 2015 and since then has taken the liking of not only the locals but also tourists flocking the country from outside. The initial opening saw such a rage that it remained sold out for three months straight!
At the Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo in Chongqing, China, it?s the humans who are locked behind bars while the animals get to roam around. Visitors can book a tour where they will be locked in a cage in the back of a truck and driven through predators? enclosures. Raw meat is hung on the sides of the cage, to encourage the animals to come closer. Zoo spokeswoman Chan Liang said,
?We wanted to give our visitors the thrill of being stalked and attacked by the big cats but with, of course, none of the risks. The guests are warned to keep their fingers and hands inside the cage at all times because a hungry tiger wouldn?t know the difference between them and breakfast.?
While this isn?t everyone?s cup of tea, the tours have been extremely successful so far and are already booked up three months in advance.
The Lehe Ledu Zoo is a fresh take on the conventional zoos where people very willingly enter a cage for a stipulated time to honor the indefinite freedom of the wild beasts. It is about taming the man for a change! Travelers must include this destination on their bucket list to experience the newness and animal friendly environment that is (pleasantly) a far cry from a typical zoo like setting.
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