Animal charity plea over Knowsley Safari Park carcasses

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A Merseyside safari park was told to change the way it dealt with dead animals after an ex-employee released images of carcasses left in the open.

Knowsley Safari Park photographer Penny Boyd complained to the local council over what she believed was unnecessary killing of animals and their disposal.

An investigation by Knowsley Council found a breach of animal by-products regulations, which the park addressed.

Liz Tyson, of the Captive Animals' Protection Society, urged other employees with concerns to contact them.

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