Every year millions of tourists flock to the islands of Bali, Lombok and Gili Trawangan in Indonesia, attracted by its rich culture, crystal clear waters and volcanic mountains covered with dense forests. But these islands are far from being a paradisiacal destination for many animals. Among the popular attractions that are offered are many places where animals such as elephants, dolphins and orangutans are kept in captivity to amuse tourists. A new report prepared by the non-profit organization

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