This summer I went to a national park.
I love museums, gardens, parks, forests and visit them often. But I had never been to a zoo. A zoo is a prison for animals and birds who have done no wrong and I prefer not patronising such a place.
The idea of national parks is freedom for animals. Unlike zoo, they are not caged in tiny spaces, flying around in circles, showing typical neurotic behaviour that anyone who is unjustifiably imprisoned for life would show.
In the bygone time, it was humans in the cage as slaves.
How about revisiting the idea of human zoos?