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Animal right's activists have been protesting outside a zoo farm in Wraxall, in North Somerset. They say it's wrong for animals to be held in captivity for entertainment.
But Anthony Bush, who owns the farm, says the animals are well looked after and the protesters are wrong to target them.
A protest is being held outside a zoo farm in North Somerset to highlight concerns for captive animals.
The Captive Animals' Protection Society (CAPS) is calling on people to boycott their local zoo and choose another activity for their holiday.
The animal rights campaigners are running "zoo awareness weekend", a series of peaceful protests across the country outside well-known zoos, where supporters will raise awareness of the plight of animals held in captivity.
Activists from the Bristol Animal Rights Collective are demonstrating outside Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall.
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