Greyhound track closure in Macau raises fears for dogs' lives

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Animals rights campaigner says about 650 animals remain in infamous Canidrome – the majority exported from Australia

The looming closure of the infamous Macau greyhound racing track has raised fears for the lives of hundreds of exported Australian dogs.

A group of animal rights campaigners are lobbying Macau’s government to rescue greyhounds from the controversial Macau Canidrome, or Yat Yuen, before its slated closure in July.

Related: Australian greyhound owners fined over exports to cruel conditions in China

Related: Lost language: how Macau gambled away its past

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