The debate between captivity and freedom stirs up from time to time. Singapore Zoo is generally perceived to be one of the more responsible zoos (in terms of really large layouts, constant attention to the well being of animal life, engaging with all sections of public sentiments, etc).
And yet there is trouble from time to time. At one point there were three of these White Tigers. Now, Omar (I think) is the lone survivor, relentlessly pacing up and down, on dry land and in the moat of his enclosure.
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