We have a love and respect for animals: Do not accept or support cruelty to animals in any way.
But as a blog says reports about everything strange in the world that humans live in, you should know about one of the craziest ways animals are being used for sports all over the world. You will see, it is not true that some animals are being mistreated when participating in sports activities with humans!
1. Elephant Polo
Elephant polo is a variation of polo-playing while riding an elephant. Here, you ride on a giant elephant rather than a horse! This sport is played in a lot of countries such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Rajasthan (India), and Thailand.
2. Horse football
This is real! Stress can cause a range of negative reactions and fears in animals, and even meek animals that have been domesticated in a captive environment do not interest them.
Scientists have realized the negative effects of stress on horses, and a group of equine owners decided to create a game to reduce stress for it. That’s how horseplay football was invented.
So amazing! Horses also like to play football alone or with their riders. They are instructed to kick or move the balls towards the team’s goal. Their sound emits so much fun!
3. Ferret Legging
This strange sport is a test of stamina of the participant, even if you are bitten, you must try hard and the rules of this sport are quite tight!
Players will be put a weasel in the pants, then the pants are tightened on the back and ankles so that the weasel could not escape, the contestant stood in front of the jury, and so on suffered suffering. caused by the weasel’s razor-sharp teeth and teeth trying to escape for as long as possible, if it were to be the winner.
Other regulations state that participants must not be drunk and weasels should not be sedated. In addition, ferrets must have adequate teeth and especially not be abrasive or blunt.
Sport is often known as a way to keep people healthy, but animals are no exception. You can also find relaxing moments for yourself when watching them perform. But do not forget respect!