What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Zoo And Aquariums

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Zoos and Aquariums Educating oneself about wildlife can be done without even leaving the living room and is as easy to access with the resources we use for entertainment and politics. Even though a great deal of knowledge may be acquired by the astonishing information, and captivating images, wildlife succeeds in inspiring and wooing its viewers, however the lack of physical contact will always be subtracted from the experience. Zoos and aquariums offer fun, physical, educational, and personal exploration that only these facilities can offer. Zoos and aquariums cultivate an appreciation and fascination for exotic animals by bringing awareness of the problems affecting wildlife such as poaching and loss of habitat. These facilities provide homes for injured animals, rehabilitation of the injured animals, invest time and effort into establishing breeding programs for endangered …show more content…
Assisting rehab animals is a helpful and necessary task used to help the animal adjust to living in a sanctuary as well as becoming associated with the rehabilitators, zookeepers, and tourist. If the problem goes overlooked the animal kept in the enclosure can further injure its self or the animal its neighboring. What goes on behind the glass and enclosures is far more important than anyone can imagine. Vaccines are constantly in use and in development and zoological veterinarians are assisting numerous births and surgeries that can save animal lives. It is the zookeeper’s job and responsibility to inform the public of what the establishments stand for as well as what goes on within them. Exposing the general public to the beauty of wildlife will only cause them to want to save

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