This summer, be one less parent/guardian teaching children that animals are products and entertainment.
Zoos make most of their money on animal exploitation during summer holidays when families take their young to stare, point and laugh at caged animals.
They call it education.
Don't fall for it. You'll learn nothing about animals by seeing them locked up in too small, unnatural environments.
Boycott zoos, they're prisons for other species.
"Behavioural scientists have concluded that non-human primates are the easiest species for observing human-like depression because of facial expressions, postures, and other behaviours recognizable to humans.
To find out more about the photos in this series and what you can do to help captive animals, visit weanimals.org/ayearofcaptivity
Northern white-cheeked gibbon. France, 2016.
Jo-Anne McArthur/Born Free Foundation"