EXCLUSIVE: WARNING, GRAPHIC IMAGES: TV wildlife star Chris Packham described a ‘scene from hell’ as harrowing footage and pictures are captured by undercover investigators who had ‘never seen so much death in one place’.
Foxes are beaten, skinned and chucked on a heap before their fur is made into coats to be sold on the high street.
Aerial images of a farm in Asia show thousands of the animals strewn across the floor – some still alive – waiting to be carted off on the back of a lorry.
TV wildlife presenter and campaigner Chris Packham described it as “like a scene from hell” and one of the worst cases of animal cruelty he has witnessed.
They typically spend their lives in one-metre-squared battery cages and are only moved twice – for weaning and on the day they die.
This article was first published by The Mirror on 9 July 2020.
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