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    Zoochosis In Zoo Animals

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    to wild parks they seem to enjoy the incarceration of wildlife with the mentality that these animals could be domesticated to live under enclosed conditions. Zoos claim that they preserve animals to educate the public and give them an insightful experience of wildlife species. However, how can they be educating people and young children when the animals are behind cages. The only lesson they are teaching pupils is that it is morally acceptable to take animals away from their families and displace them from their homes. Liz Tyson, director of Captive Animals’ Protection Agency (CAPS), states that “It is hardly surprising to learn that most children visiting zoos are neither empowered nor educated by the experience of seeing captive wild animals so far removed from their natural habitat” (qtd. in CAPS: Zoos either educate nor empower children, newly published research suggests). CAPS argues that, institutions like zoos do not impact children’s education in positive ways for children do not seem to be easily persuaded in becoming wildlife conservationists. Pupils cannot act towards the fight of animal rights and the protection for them, when they are witnessing their use for public amusement rather than education. According to The Nelson Mail, “Zoos claim unique opportunities for people to observe wild animals. However, the notion that, in this way, we learn about their natural behaviour is nonsense” suggesting that, “Wildlife can better be observed and understood through…

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    San Diego Zoo

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    Diego in 1915 and as such it has been into existence for a very long time. The zoo has different types of wildlife that both local and international tourists can be able to see. There are different things that I will want to do when I visit this zoo and I am sure that many good things will happen in the course of my visit. When I visit San Diego zoo, the first thing that I will want to do is go through the different types of species that exist there. Research has shown that there about 650…

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    Why Are Zoos Inhumane

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    inspired by the London zoo. Critics say zoos are inhumane because wild animals are not designed to be in captivity. While supporters say the animals are highly benefitted in zoos because they are protected for predators, starvation, or other dangerous threats. Viewpoint #1 The general director of the Wildlife Conservation Society which operates the Bronx Zoo in New York City, Richard L. Lattis, states “Zoos help create support for keeping endangered animals alive in the wild.” Many captive…

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    Thesis statement: Because Zoos are incompetent animals get treated badly, trafficked and killed Body paragraph #1 Animals are not created equal, therefore people think they can treat them as puppets for human entertainment. The major problem with zoos is that animals who lived there are kept in enclosures that do not allow them to live in a natural way. Nomatter how big zoos try to make their enclosures ,nomatter how many branches are put in their enclosures ,nomatter how many beautiful printing…

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    In the film “blackfish” it talks about how whales and other sea wildlife are kept in cages about the size of the animal making it nearly impossible for them to swim around. Also making them do tricks for food and when failing to do so, starves all of them so the other animals turn and attack the other so it will do the trick right the next time. They also starve the animals before a show so they are hungry and will do the tricks for the food. But when the animals doesn't do the trick or doesn't…

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    regarding the well-being of the animals, zoos can often be defined as a ‘collection’ of animals rather than havens or homes (Zoos: Pitiful Prisons). Throughout time people still tend to believe that zoos provide an enriched habitat with plenty of space, and the animals are never bored and are well cared-for. However, most zoos follow the bare minimum of required area stated in the federal Animal Welfare Act. Author for PETA, Michelle Carr stated, “Captive animals are deprived of everything that…

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    Pros And Cons Of Zoos

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    fault, and past time stories of disastrous events in zoos. The battle between the pros and the cons of this event is everlasting and a conclusion that will never be met. A zookeeper, for instance, is an individual who will defend a zoo until the end of time. Veterinarians is another example who supports zoos. These two animal caretakers follow a list of benefits the zoos do provide to the public. One beneficial outcome from zoos would be the influential public attitude towards wildlife and give…

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    Economic Effects Of Zoos

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    interactions with trainers and even rare death.” There have been many reported cases of injures and deaths that take place do to captive animals that are supposed to be living freely in the wild. These animals were naturally created to live in the wild, and holding them in captivity is restricting them from what they deserve. It would be like trapping a person in a confined area for their whole life and never letting them leave. They can see out and look at all of the freedom, but the freedom is…

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    interview people who themselves visual the tragedies. One point of view about this issue is the article well written and appeal persuasive “Killer-Whale attack: After human deaths, which animals die and which live?” by Anthony Colarossi and Orlando Sentinel. The article points out the problem that captive animal is under the regulation of their owner entirely and moreover, no decision was to make in any case of many unbearable tragedies. The authors utilize logos rhetorical techniques in…

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    Zoos are places where animals are put on displays and where they have to live their entire life. People can visit zoos for money and watch animals like they are in some kind of television show or commercial program that is made for people only. People have to notice that we should not exhibit animals at zoos just for our entertainment. Animals in zoos should have the freedom they deserve and live in the wildlife where they belong. Zoos may be very necessary for endangered species. But, there…

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