This final note is about truth in advertising. When you pay money, take your kid to the zoo to see a lion, you expect to actually see a lion.
A zoo in central China did not live up to its claims. Its supposed African lion got caught...barking.
The animal was in fact a Tibetan mastiff. Just with a really fluffy mane.
Needless to say, customers were not amused, saying the zoo was trying to cheat them.
There was also a fox posing as a leopard, and a different dog in a wolf pen.
Guys, come on.
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