Yeah, I'm getting a little arced up at the ignorance being shown here too. And dont get me started on wild vs. domestic thing. You think the tiger would have kilometres of territory? Where exactly? In the jungles of Asia where they are on the verge of extinction in the wild due to habitat loss and poaching? Or perhaps in the circus which is where I believe one of their original tigers came from as a captive bred circus animal from a closing circus? Have you considered that perhaps the enclosure is adequate by tiger husbandry standards, and receives the best care and attention? Do you really think the NT Govenrment is going to let one of it's major tourist attractions display animals that are neglected or in poor husbandry conditions? The park has a large amount of government regulation and not only adheres to codes of practice and standards, but I wouldnt be surprised if it wrote the codes of practice to be used in other facilities around the world. When farming these animals for meat and hide, having truly overcrowded pens would result in high mortality rates and damage to the valuable skins. I think you'll find if you ask actual experts, years of research and trial & error have been put into figuring out the number of crocs kept in a pen of a certain size. It would be carefully calculated to work out it's capacity to balance available space with the welfare of the product. Dr Webb is one of the most world-reknowned crocodile experts, and the research conducted at the park is at the highest level on a global scale. In his decades of experience he has probably done more to help the scientific community and the public to understand crocodilians than anyone else. Just because he didnt wrestle some crocodiles on the Discovery channel or have an occer catchphrase, you might not have heard of him before. Did you speak with any of the management or research staff while you were there? Did you question anybody about the conditions while you were so outraged? In your expert opinion, with your years of experience in crocodile farming and zookeeping, did you honestly see ANY sick, injured, malnourished or otherwise unhealthy animals in your visit?