For several years now, there has been a campaign calling for a better life for Bua Noi, Thailand’s last gorilla. What that better life would look like, however, remains unclear.Bua Noi has called Pata Zoo in Pata Pinklao Department Store home for more than three decades now. It is fair to say that both the department store and the zoo have seen better days. As a result, there are concerns over the conditions for Bua Noi, as well as her fellow animals.The Free Gorilla campaign has therefore been advocating that Bua Noi be released into the wild. However, Pata Zoo has always insisted that she co…
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