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Several years ago when there was the big news of a polar bear baby in a zoo that was rejected by its mom it was because the father was still in the enclosure with her, in the wild the male is not involved in rearing. We must strive to make sure these animals’ psychological needs are met too because when they are not it is simply eco-tourism and slavery of animals rather than conservation efforts.