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    Edward Hoagland is an animal lover at heart saying that he has owned “dogs, cats, turtles, snakes, alligators, pigeons, possums, goats” while he was in his home state of Connecticut (Stuttering Foundation). He writes of animals and their conservations often. In fact, it’s his signature as an author. He has many works, 60 years’ worth, of conservation of animals fueled by this relentless desire to write for animals who cannot write for themselves (Stuttering Foundation). Turtles may seem like…

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    Animal Poaching Essay

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    or animal, this harmful act on innocent animals needs to stop. The problem is that today’s society is driven by money and will do anything to get it no matter the consequences. When it is too late and we have hunted animals like tigers, lions, rhino, and elephants into extinction perhaps then we might try to do something like cloning. Poaching doesn't just affect the animals that are being killed, it causes other animals to die also because they are losing the resources the endangered animal…

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    Want to spruce up your life with some exotic pets? We’ve got some of the best options, conveniently ranked for you! These animals are some of the cutest, coolest, and just plain weirdest pets you could have. Keep reading, you might just find one that you have to take home with you! Number Seven: Sugar Gliders. Sugar gliders come from the southeastern regions of the world, and are actually in the same family as kangaroos. However, they are much smaller and more adorable, growing to only about…

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    Animal Stereotypes

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    entertaining to people, but no one knows what goes on behind the curtains. There is a wide range of species in the performance industry, but very few understand how they are treated. Zoos and circus’ all have animals that are treated alike, or some might be worse. Both of the industries have the animals stuck in cages, barely fed enough, and unable to have the social life they are meant to have. There are some differences in zoos and circus’ for example; in the circus industry, elephants are…

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    Why Are Zoos Bad

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    bad because of the treatment of the animals. Zoos are amazing places full of education and entertainment. They allow people to see exotic animals that they would never have been able to see normally. Zoos provide opportunities to learn about these animals, their natures, and their needs. They can also teach people about the importance of conservation. Zoos are also great for entertainment. Families can go to a zoo and spend the day having fun looking at the animals while learning at the same…

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    Animal Abuse in Circuses I. Intro and thesis Circuses have been a popular form of entertainment for individuals and families for generations. There is something for everyone between the exotic animal shows, acrobatic performances, juggling, clowns, music, and more. But hidden behind the lights and laughter circuses hold a dark secret. For years circuses have been abusing the animals in their care. Animals are physically abused in traditional circuses like the Ringling Brothers circus and are…

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    Animals In Captivity

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    as a form of entertainment, it is still not right to hold animals in captivity. In the mid-1830s. Brown Purdy came down from New York where he met an animal dealer named Hachaliah Bailey that obtained a baby African elephant, which he exhibited around the country with great success. Instantly the adding of other exotic animals led to the formation of a fide bona traveling menagerie. It was proven that trainers know what these exotic animals are afraid of and use them against them to force them…

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    George Stubbs “White Poodle in a Punt”, was one of his creative paintings of animals. During his lifetime, George Stubbs was famous for his paintings of domestic and exotic animals, and have produced the most anatomically precise images of horses. The dog is the point of interest in the painting. The use of dark colors makes the fur stand out and the use of lines used to make the fur look as it was moving in the wind, which adds to the value of the entire painting. Also in the painting, it shows…

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    Pythons Invasive Species

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    programs can cost 1 million dollars. Also the wild pig was imported to Florida. They would around 2.3 million wild pigs roam Texas causing a lot of damage. Now hunters are allowed to kill the wild pigs, and they can sell them to people to be eaten as exotic…

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    leopard “daughter” gives just the right amount of sad, heartwarming feelings, while at the same time teaching you about a very serious problem. Growing up, I loved animals of all kinds. I would, and still do, sit and watch Animal Planet or Nat Geo Wild for hours. I was especially interested in exotic animals. Most of these exotic animals being endangered left me very sentimental. I found myself seeking out more and more stories like these. This talk begins asking, “Why should we care about a few…

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