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A zoo in China caused controversy after one of his employees was caught killing a badger

Zoo employee kills a tie before he drags his body over the ground for horrible visitors

  • Shocking incident was observed by tourists at Dalian Forest Zoo in China
  • Footage shows a man who wears a lifeless tie, throws and drags
  • The zoo said the tie & # 39; fierce & # 39; and not one of the animals in captivity
  • But management admitted misconduct and said the staff were punished
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A zoo employee in China has been accused of animal abuse after he has killed a tie and dragged his body over the ground.

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The incident was seen by horrific visitors who filmed the employee's behavior before uploading the clip on social media.

The zoo management claimed that the tie & # 39; fierce & # 39; and not one of the animals in captivity. According to a statement, the staff member is punished.

A zoo in China caused controversy after one of his employees was caught killing a badger

A zoo in China caused controversy after one of his employees was caught killing a badger

The worker is said to have beaten the animal to death and dragged his body over the ground

The worker is said to have beaten the animal to death and dragged his body over the ground

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The worker is said to have beaten the animal to death and dragged his body over the ground

Badgers can be found in different ones and are known for their ability to dig holes in the ground

Badgers can be found in different ones and are known for their ability to dig holes in the ground

Badgers can be found all over the world and are known for their ability to dig holes (file photo)

The worker was caught on August 15 while attacking the animal at Dalian Forest Zoo.

Imagery shows a man wearing a blue T-shirt, wearing a dead tie from the bush before throwing the animal on the ground.

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It seems that he worked with two colleagues who were dressed in the same uniform.

The worker grabbed the lifeless tie and dragged it across the floor.

The three men are said to be gardeners who are employed by the zoo through a desk.

The man worked with two colleagues at the time and the incident was filmed by visitors

The man worked with two colleagues at the time and the incident was filmed by visitors

The man worked with two colleagues at the time and the incident was filmed by visitors

Footage shows how the worker throws the lifeless animal on the ground after he has beaten it
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Footage shows how the worker throws the lifeless animal on the ground after he has beaten it

Footage shows how the worker throws the lifeless animal on the ground after he has beaten it

The video led to indignation on Chinese social media and internet users urged the zoo to investigate the matter.

Dalian Forest Zoo described the tie as & # 39; fierce & # 39 ;.

It said the animal had appeared in the bush on a slope in the zoo a few days earlier and was a serious threat to tourists.

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In a statement posted on Twitter on Weibo on Tuesday, the zoo said the workers had decided to catch the tie to prevent any harm to these visitors.

It also said that the workers had decided to hit the tie after being attacked and wounded by the mammal.

The incident took place at the Dalian Forest Zoo, famous for the giant panda Fei Yun (photo)

The incident took place at the Dalian Forest Zoo, famous for the giant panda Fei Yun (photo)

The incident took place at the Dalian Forest Zoo, famous for the giant panda Fei Yun (photo)

The zoo admitted that the workers had not handled the incident properly.

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& # 39; We feel broken and ashamed of it, & # 39; said the statement.

The men were trained by the zoo and punished by their desk, the zoo added.

Recognizable by white and black stripes on their faces and their gray fur, badgers can be found all over the world and are known for their ability to dig holes in the ground.

They are nocturnal animals and mainly feed on worms and insects.

Badgers are not listed as a protected wild animal species in China.

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