Why Should Zoos Be Banned?
To support that in a scary situation like a life and death moment the animals have no place to escape. They could only hide in their small dirty unsanitary shelter. Another reason is that animals should have freedom like humans to be about and exploring wildlife. Unfortunately, the animals can’t because they are fenced with a lot of different tourists keeping an eye on them. The people abuse the animals in the zoo. The animals have the right to be in their wildlife habitat and not zoos. To conclude, zoos should be banned and let animals experience wildlife and where they truly …show more content…
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