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Colony Middle School Students (Alaska) Disciplined After Moose Death

By David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network


Cruelty to animals is no laughing matter. Recently, students at Colony Middle School were disciplined after their actions led to the death of a moose. The students thought it was a good idea to taunt and tease the animal. The moose was so upset that the moose repeatedly threw itself against a wall until it died. Some may read this article and dismiss it as a childhood prank. The incident really does have a bigger meaning. It shows how far students will go to tease animals or other children for that matter. Children should show empathy for their peers, teachers, and animals. Many animals are defenseless and should be treated with respect and dignity. It is a shame that bullying and teasing led to the death of the Moose. Officials acted properly in disciplining the children.

You can read more about this story at Middle School Students in Alaska Disciplined After Teasing and Taunting a Moose.

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