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    who own dangerous and wild exotic animals. This is a serious issue that no one really thinks about. Many people own these animals unwilling knowing how bad they can act out or the endangerment they put the animal in. Some people often think owning such a wild animal is no different from owning a average day pet. Some people have pets like dogs and cats. Others have pets like horses and rabbits. Still others like to have exotic animals as pets. Because many exotic animals are becoming extinct and…

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    Are exotic animals worth it? Animals from across the world look to own a cute exotic animal, but everything grows to be stronger. Once these cute infants grow to be strong the owner needs to keep in mind that it comes in a price that not many people would like to pay. Many animals would need requirements like having huge amount of meals and large amounts of space to roam wild like they are supposed to in the real world. Exotic animals should be excluded from people’s homes because they can…

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    could agree that private citizens should be limited to owning exotic animals. Others may feel as there should not be a limit to owning exotic animals. Many of the public citizens that are supporting the owning of wild animals believe that the claims made that exotic animals are a threat to the public safety are misleading to the public. According to a report by Rexano a free web resource that gives research material to owners to exotic animals to fight against the unfair legislation. It states…

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    Using Captive Breeding for Conservation of Exotic Animals: Are there Ethical Concerns? Imagine a hypothetical observance of an enclosed lion exhibit, proudly displayed in a local zoo. Stationed at the apex of a nearby hill is Tamarin, a spectacular example of an immaculate exotic animal, practicing his patience while playing with his cubs. Curiosity stimulates a concern for this animal. Does he enjoy inhabiting this place? How does he compare to his wildlife counterpart? Is it just and ethical…

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    “Wilds Animals Aren’t Pets” and “Opposing View: Let People Own Exotic Animals”, the following essays on the keeping of exotic and wild animals as pets were first published in USA Today in a "Today's Debate" column (2011) (Wyrick, 2014). When we objectively analyze the strengths and weakness of each essay, the argument for not having an exotic animal for a pet is demonstrated as follows. So some people may wonder why we shouldn’t keep exotic animals as pets. We should not keep exotic animals as…

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    US and fifteen result in a death. I Think that keeping exotic animals as pets is not good for you or the animal. Keeping exotic animals is not good for your safety and health. Keeping an exotic pet can ruin the environment. First, exotic animals are really dangerous to your safety. Every animal with teeth can bite. Cute animals like bunnies can easily bite off a finger, they’re very cute but really dangerous to your safety .Even if an animal doesn’t have teeth it can still hurt you. Once a…

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    dozens exotic pet attacks. Exotic animals should not be pets because they can be dangerous, and wild animals will always be wild animals, even in captivity. With over 70 exotic pet attacks within the last 20 years, exotic pets are known to grow up and be very dangerous. Line 31 of “Do You Really Want a Baby Tiger?” reads, “Many exotic animals are strong enough to be dangerous even without meaning to cause harm”(Lewis). This is a very good point to make because although the exotic animal may…

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    Should People Be Able To Own Exotic Animals? Should regular people, besides professionals, have the ability to be able to take care of and own exotic animals? Exotic animals need special care, habitats, and diets, and can be dangerous and expensive to own. Some exotic animals need large, plexiglass cages to house them safely and keep them from becoming anxious and wanting to cause harm to themselves. Exotic animals, such as tigers, require pounds of fresh meat everyday, and someone on a budget…

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    Exotic Animals as Pets Bears, sugar gliders, snakes, black panthers, snow tigers, flying squirrels, bearded dragons, chameleons, pythons, geckos, iguanas, lemurs—these are just a few of the huge list of unusual, or so called exotic, animals that people might own or trade. The availablity of these extoic animals has made it easy to acquire or to sell them. It is harmful to the animals, the environment and even humans. It may be marginally legal to sell and own these animals, however, in many…

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    Exotic animals are constantly being conformed to becoming something that they would never be. People all over the world try to train wild animals as having the behavior of a domestic animal. This can be dangerous to the human given the fact that there are over thousands of years of evolution between a domestic animal and a wild animal. The dangers are eminent and unpredictable and people need to realize what they are trying to do is impossible and not to mention dangerous to their health and…

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