How do the feelings of caged animals? If humans are in cages, what do they feel?

Answer: Humans and animals feel out of place and uncomfortable if their environment is unnatural; whether it’s a cage or not.Different people will react differently to the caged environment, but many animal studies show that any type of captivity leads to psychological stress. Perhaps the most famous case was carried out in 1913 by Dr John B Lorenz at the National Zoo in Washington DC who put two caged chimpanzees together for – what he thought would be – just a few weeks. One placed an arm through its bars and clasped onto his uncooperative friend:"Their embrace lasted for almost 45 minutes," Lorenz later wrote. "They remained absolutely quiet."BlackholeProductionsMazes on

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