Revolutionary Chinese zoo leaves animals free and visitors in cages

Imagine a zoo where animals stayed free and people in cages.

That sounds too good to be true. But it’s already a reality. A zoo in China places visitors in cages but allows wildlife to be outdoors.

The beautiful sight of seeing big cats and bears in their natural habitat is something that until now was not available. The Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo places visitors on a safe, mobile and caged truck and transports them through the zoo.

As pieces of flesh are tied up outside the moving cage, the animals are attracted to it. Visitors have a close-up and personal view of the species they would probably never see otherwise, at least this closely.

Visitors are warned not to put their fingers or hands out of the cage because lions and tigers could bite them. Some pessimists are dissatisfied with the concept, worrying about the possibility of that happening.

Since its opening in 2015, tickets have run out. One thing for sure: this is a memorable experience, different from most people have seen so far.

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