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The Most Depressing Zoo Animals Ever (16 pics)

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  • 28 Jul, 2014  |
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German photographer Elias Hassos tells a sad story through these photos. These are easily the most depressing zoo animals you will ever see.

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The revolutionary “Zoo of the Future” movement, which originated in Leipzig, offers one concept of what a zoo should look like:


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“Zoo of the Future” they call the new concept in Leipzig, “Adventure Zoo” in Hannover and “Zoom adventure world” in Gelsenkirchen. These three form the German vanguard of a movement that has already begun in the U.S. and the Netherlands. It combines the zoo with botanical gardens, multimedia science show and Disneyland-elements, a much-praised mix of infotainment, Nature Conservation and safari getaway.


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