Animals that are on the verge of ending are most popular as Pets in China
Friends, you must know about China, that China is a densely populated country. But friends, China have started a new trend these days in especially the China’s rich youth. This trend is investing in art of making pets of wild animals, young rich people today are investing in the art of growing and domesticated animals rather than show-offs, in fact, the tremendous economic progress in the last thirty years Due to this, a large section of the nobles in China stood. These are called the nobles of the second generation who got property in heritage.
It’s a hugely futuristic, petting wild animals standing on the verge of ending. Recently, the interest of raising extinct animals in China’s youth has increased. Due to this, the danger of illegal supply of these endangered animals has also increased in the world.
The growing business of supplying such animals has also created a threat to the environment. If someone is playing python then there is no crocodile or a dangerous-looking black horror cat or hand cuddle etc.
Shao Jian, a resident of Beijing’s capital Beijing, has kept 5 crocodiles and nearly two snakes in his house. According to Shao he wants to collect all 23 species of crocodile.
The ‘Spiny-tailed lizard’ that is found in Africa, ie Spani-tail lizard, has been kept very high on the list of endangered animals by the IUCN (The International Union for Conservation of Nature). However, despite all the IM, the number of people who are keeping the Lizard in the people of China is increasing rapidly.
The Cranwell horn frog in China’s youth also has a high population’s popularity. The frogs found in Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil are becoming quite popular all over the world. 25-year-old Liu Zhaobai has been fond of raising animals since childhood. They have 30 frogs, 3 horses, many snakes, and turtles so far.
25-year-old Liu Zhaobai has been fond of raising animals since childhood. They have 30 frogs, 3 horses, many snakes, and turtles so far. According to Liu, such endangered animals in China are quite famous. The University of Liu also runs a course to raise such animals.Let us tell you that the price of crocodile found in Southeast Asia and Australia is around Rs. 1 lakh in China.