Endangered Animals Essay

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Register to read the introduction… In some cases, the last animal of the endangered species might face a fertility problem. Dr. Silber (2009) claims that his study in helping human’s fertility problem also helped endangered animal, “We have performed microsurgery to restore or preserve fertility in chimpanzees, gorillas, South American bush dogs, Mexican wolves, orangutans, and Mongolian wild horses.” (Dr. Shermal J. Silber, 2009)The equipment we need is essential in order to preserve these animals. In some cases, we can breed them by insemination, the method we use to breed cows and sheep. But in is extremely difficult to know the success ratio of the method, because some of the animals we found already in a weak state. While helping the animals by make them able to breed are important, but the main objective remains in preserving the animal and that also mean we are preparing them to be able to survive outside of the facility someday. Keeping the natural instinct of the animals is the biggest challenge. Most of the animals in the zoo are losing their instinct because of the cage and the food they got. In the zoo, they do not have to hunt for the meal. This kind of treatment made them weak and their …show more content…
Since it is rare to find a doctor with skills and knowledge about almost extinct animals, the cost to find them and keep them coming regularly will cost more than ordinary veterinarians. Moreover, each animal needs its own doctor when they sick. Animals’ anatomy might similar to human’s anatomy, but they have special needs that are different from ours. Such as when a wild animal is getting anesthetic before surgery, they might suffer from the medicine we give them because of the smell of human on their body. Their pack will not want to get close to them, and it will slowly kill

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