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In this follow-up to his highly acclaimed book, Wild Animals in Captivity, biologist and activist Rob Laidlaw focuses our attention on the living conditions and treatment of animals that are captured, bred, trained, and kept for the purposes of human entertainment. He has travelled the world and documented abuses of animals in a variety of situations from roadside snake charmers in India, to dancing bears in China, to the racetracks and movie studios of North America.
Rob Laidlaw has spent nearly 30 years campaigning to protect animals in captivity and in the wild. His work has taken him from northern Canada to tropical Asia and includes more than one thousand visits to zoos and other locations where animals are kept and trained for entertainment purposes. A chartered biologist, avid outdoorsman and cave explorer, he is a founder of the wildlife protection organization Zoocheck Canada.