Wild animal cafés face government ban — RT World News

South Korean cafés that feature small animals like meerkats or raccoons have been deemed unfit to keep them

Wild animal cafés, where visitors can get up-close and personal with furry critters, will be outlawed in South Korea, the country’s environment ministry has announced, after it deemed the venues harmful for animals’ wellbeing.

The upcoming ban on wild animals in eateries was announced by South Korea’s Ministry of Environment on Friday. The venues are…

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