Cruel snares EXPOSED by John E. Marriott

Cruel snares EXPOSED by John E. Marriott

John E. Marriott has exposed the cruelty of snares in his first video of 2019.

The popular wildlife photographer highlights snares in action, shows the devastation they cause, and pleads for people to take action in the latest episode of EXPOSED with John E. Marriott.

WARNING: The video below has extremely graphic images that may be disturbing to viewers

Do not feel a need to view this video if you’re not comfortable, but please do share it on social media (find EXPOSED with John E. Marriott on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube), and take action with our one-click letter to your political representative to ban snares. Click here or go to

You can also hear the harrowing ordeal one family has endured due to a snare set on their property line – the loss of their family companion Titus. Click here to listen to Kimberly Ross’ story on our Defender Radio Podcast.

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