BAN 3B TEAMS YOUTUBE CHANNEL! THIS IS ANIMAL ABUSE!

BAN 3B TEAMS YOUTUBE CHANNEL! THIS IS ANIMAL ABUSE!

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Elizabeth Starkey started this petition to YouTube

STOP ANIMAL ABUSE ON YOUTUBE!

As most of us know, YouTube is a place you can find an array of things, however, we can usually trust that YouTube is being monitored to a degree where harmful content is not being allowed and especially NOT PROMOTED!

"3B TEAMS" is a barbaric, disgusting and if anything psychotic YouTube channel. Their videos are based on putting animals, invertebrates and arachnids into a very small box and waiting to see which species kills/eats the other first. 

The animals used in these videos range from:

Bullfrog, mice, snakes, geckos, tarantulas, chick's, quails, baby alligators, scorpions and all kinds of birds and lizards. 

For example, "3B TEAMS" are putting multiple mice in a tiny box with a giant bullfrog, waiting for them to be eaten. Labelling their videos "Bullfrog VS. Pygmy Mouse". They acknowledge that what they are doing isn't for education or any real purpose, as some videos are labelled things such as "Epic Battle!!!!" 

These videos are NOT in any form educational! They are cruel and disgusting and how they have been allowed to use this platform for abuse sickens me! These animals feel pain and fear, which is evident in these merciless videos. No speaking takes place throughout these videos - just disturbingly chirpy music. I have dedicated my life to animals and to see this going un-noticed breaks my heart and I have no doubt there are animal lovers out there who would feel as outraged as myself. 

Please, please sign this petition and help me bring a voice to these poor creatures. They may not be able to stop them completely, but if they don't have YouTube, they likely have no reason to create this traumatising content.

#Ban3BTEAMS  #Expose3BTEAMS

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