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In the spring the young animals are born in cages. After seven months (when the animals have their winter fur) they are killed and skinned. During their short lives, the animals live in cages that are way too small. They cannot run, hide or escape. They have no swimming or fishing water at their disposal. They only have a drinking nipple in their cage. Minks are wild predators, and they have the same qualities as their congeners living in the natural state. It's no wondering their boredom and frustration drive them crazy. This is shown in the abnormal behaviour the minks display. This behaviour consists of the continuous repetition of useless movements (you can compare this with the predators living in bad zoos, they continuously stroll back and forth). Apart from that, minks often bite their own tail or fur. They frequently walk in rounds or constantly turn their heads around the drinking nipple.

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