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    produce at least “five young per litter” but can deliver up to 13 about three times each year( Stevens Institute of Technology 1). Nutria rats arrived in Louisiana around the 1930s with a population of about 20 and then bred to an “estimated 20 million animals within two decades” (Stevens Institute of Technology 1). The warm weather in Louisiana allowed their population to rave in the marsh and wetlands.…

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    Animal cruelty is a big deal to people all across the world. The meaning of animal cruelty is inflicting pain and causing suffering to any type of animal. Animal cruelty is growing worldwide in today’s society, and the most common identified cruelty’s is scientific research, abandonment, and mistreatment. There are animals all throughout beaten and starved by their heartless owners. These people shouldn’t be allowed to even have a kid let alone a pet. Pets are a big deal to some people<…

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    hopes of seeing animals that one can only see in the wild, or on T.V. A trip to the zoo is supposed to be about fun, entertainment, as well as learning experience. Zoo animals are big, exotic and beautiful; however according to Lee Keekok A Philosophy Tour a 2006 study has shown that animals are not in their native environments. Animals are pushed behind durable glass enclosures, enclosed behind fences, and often times lonely. In 2010, a CAPS undercover investigator filed sick animals left…

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    includes small animal vet, large animal vet, exotics vet, pathologists and one can also get into veterinary research, wildlife and game and animal welfare. Many of these mentioned professions can allow you to also get into private practice. All mentioned veterinarians also play a huge role in the successfulness of the human-animal bond. Small animal veterinarians are not only expected to treat just dogs and cats, people may bring rodents, reptiles, birds as well as goldfish and small animal vets…

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    Animals should not be kept in Zoos As a kid, I feel like we all visited zoos with our families as a fun way to pass time. It was a lighthearted form of amusement with exotic and interesting animals. What kid would not love to visit the zoo? When you are young, nothing is ever bad or wrong in your eyes. All over the world there are animals being kept in containment for the enjoyment of people. While it may seem harmless and all fun and games, it is not. These animals are being kept from living…

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    to grow. Since their is a competition for the available resources only a few will actually mature into adult trees. Most of the fish would be predators. This is because of the lack of sunlight which is needed for plants to grow. The organisms/animals that first…

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    Human- animal interaction has always been considered a healthy way for people who seem to be depressed or alone. Having someone to care for is always recommended for people who are alone with no kids or spouse, having a pet is a good way of keeping someone sane. The interaction between human and animals can be beneficial on both sides, for the animal it can help a lot of them in need that have suffered abuse and neglect. However for humans it’s a sense of comfort and care they don’t always…

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    its existence (Washington 's Blog). The fact that man is quick to destroy their own is a key component of Mark Twain’s argument of the, “Descent of Man from the Higher Animals” (Twain, 1) in his work titled, The Damned Human Race. Mr. Twain’s work uses sarcasm to justify his findings that humans have devolved from the higher animal to the lowest. While most would agree with his argument, if the essay is critically evaluated, “holes” in his argument are found. Mr. Twain uses emotions to lead the…

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    Animal Behavior and Movement Welcome to the Animal Behavior and Movement portion of the Seaboard Foods Load Out Certification Program Animal handlers play an important role in pork production. Proper handling of our animals is essential to animal health and well-being. As a member of our team, we want you to ensure proper care of our animals while staying safe. Your decisions on the job affect our animals, production, and even your team members. We will discuss proper animal handling…

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    The human-animal relationship has evolved after a long evolutionary history based upon mutual benefits. Such benefits still exist today, particularly for humans. However, the benefits in modern society go beyond those associated with the animal’s original purpose, which leads to relationship inequalities. This stems from the conflicting interests of humans and animals, where the benefits to one rarely occur without detriment to the other. The fact that these benefits are usually only short term,…

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