US: Guggenheim Museum pulls Chinese art over animal treatment

Animal abuse concerns have forced a major American art museum to pull three controversial exhibits in a show of Chinese artwork.

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    Animal abuse concerns have forced a major American art museum to pull three controversial exhibits in a show of Chinese artwork.

    The prestigious Guggenheim in New York was targeted by protesters over exhibits that animal rights groups called "cruel and inhumane".

    Al Jazeera's Allen Schauffler explains.


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