Unhappiness in captivity may have something to do with the animal’s intelligence, but it also has a lot to do with the fact that many of the animals kept in captivity in zoos or circuses are naturally meant to be in more spacious environments. Compared to their natural habitats, the enclosures used for containing captive animals are painfully small. Additionally, many captive animals like orcas or elephants are social creatures, and may feel isolated and anxious when kept in an enclosure alone or with only a few other animals.
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