Importance Of Animals In Captivity

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I think that zoos should not be allowed because they need the freedom to roam around without boundaries of zoo walls. Animals in captivity may live longer, but they have the lack of the quality of life, don't get their natural instincts to hunt, and may not have the right care that they need to be able to live a happy and healthy life.

The animals in captivity may live longer, but live an unhappy life due to lack of freedom due to zoo walls and other animals. According to Petakids.com “In the wild, elephants walk up to 30 miles each day, bears are active for up to 18 hours a day exploring their home ranges for up to hundreds of miles, and tigers and lions love running and climbing and will roam many miles to hunt.” This being said animals
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Most likely they aren't too happy. According to recent happenings all over the world animals in captivity are going crazy from not being able to go out into the world and just walk or swim for miles and miles with no end. Animals in captivity, such as gorillas, wild cats, wild dogs, and other dangerous animals in captivity may have the chance to kill or injure people if they were to fall into the animal enclosures. Some people around the world really love an animal so much that they will sneak into the zoo at night and go into an animal enclosure just to snap a pic with the animal they love so much and end up getting mauled to death or getting severely injured the animal, due to the animal lack of hunting, freedom, and lack of care from the people who take care of the animals. According to vice.com “Wednesday a man was killed by an escaped tiger, prompting Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili to criticize zoo officials for providing false information.” The flood that happened in the Philippians and the animals escaped and killing a man could have been avoided by taking precautions to keep the animals safe. So many souls could have been saved if the zoo would have taken precautions to keep the animals safe and the locals. According to vice.com “I'm no big animal-rights crusader, but I do have some basic common sense. And this basic common sense tells me one thing when it comes to the

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