Mackenzie Nichols Staff writer After the Netflix’s docu-series “Tiger King” became a phenomenon that essentially broke the internet in recent weak, Gabriela Cowperthwaite, who directed the eye-opening 2013 documentary Blackfish that exposed the maltreatment of aquatic dwellers held captive in SeaWorld, has penned a petition alongside the Animal Legal Defences Fund. Celebrities are rallying around a federal bill that would protect the kind of big cats that are featured in the show.
All the Documentaries can be powerful forces for change, sometimes through a call to action and other times simply by telling a story that entertains, Creating a window into a world viewer weren’t previously aware of Cowperthwait said in a statement. Netflix’s docuseries ‘Tiger King’ has become a cultural phenomenon since it was released and has made big cats and those who abuse them a popular topic of conversion, Animal Legal Defences Fund Executive Director Stephen Wells said.
It’s all-important to move beyond the character in the series and use these moments to put real pressure on our elected officials so meaningful change can be made to protect lions and tigers, and other big animals.
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