In "a symbolic victory for animal rights activists, notably People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals," the animals on those famous red and yellow Nabisco cracker boxes are no longer in circus
cages. Instead, "They show a zebra, an elephant, a lion, a giraffe and a gorilla roaming free side-by-side in a natural habitat, a sweeping savanna with trees in the distance." In 2016 PETA
"which opposes the confinement of wild animals for entertainment, asked Mondelez International, the parent company of Nabisco, to remove the cages."
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