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    Kari brings with her over 35 years of animal experience and was involved with animals from a very young age, an interest that was supported by her parents. When she and her parents moved to 5 acres in Oregon when she was in sixth grade she was finally able to have the animals she wanted. First (of course) came the horse and countless 4-H shows, training clinics, endurance and trail rides. Kari then got into 4-H where she raised and showed market hogs at the fair, one year even winning Grand…

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    what all these jobs had in common; animals. I knew whole heartedly that I wanted to work with them, to improve not only their health and welfare, but also that of the community they were in. So, come high school I focused in on sciences and when it was time to pick a college and a major, I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I wanted to be a veterinarian. College excited a love of learning I didn’t know could exist.…

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    Hunting Persuasive Essay

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    trophy. Hunting has caused pain and suffrage to animals of all kinds. For animals that are close knit and mate for life hunting has caused devastation to their entire community. Could you imagine losing a member of your family multiple times a year? Even if the animal isn’t killed on spot it is injured and would die from infection. Hunters will always have the upper hand because they are killing with weapons they cannot outrun. Hunters manipulate animals’ habitat by burning and bulldozing…

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    Baby Lion Research Paper

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    the cow pen and started hyperventilating, but it turns out, the cows thought I was their baby. I would run around screaming and laughing as he was having a heart attack. I always felt normal when I was with animals like that. I always grew up knowing I wanted to do something with the animals or with nature. Correspondingly, these experiences led me to want a baby lion when I grow up, I always had…

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    Exotic Pet Releases

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    Exotic Pet Releases By Danny, Sergio,and Eduardo It is estimated that more than 20 million exotic pets are being kept in different homes across the US. The popularity of exotic pet keeping has grown massively over the last couple of years, and many people are wanting these animals over the traditional pets such as dogs and cats. But if the animal becomes too big or if becomes too expensive to feed them, some owners will release them into lakes, parks, and even into the woods. The problem with…

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    Natural and Unnatural Causes of Wildlife Endangerment and Extinction Animal extinction is a huge epidemic that is happening faster than we ever expected. Endangered species are dying off left and right due to natural and unnatural causes. Things like poaching and global warming are constantly effecting our environment and changing the way species are living every day. All humans have a responsibility to take care of our environment, which, in turn, will help protect our species and others as…

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    Zoo Controversy

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    of them are actually beneficial to the animals that live there. Some people will argue and say zoos are a cruel form of entertainment for people dicised as a place made to shelter and help the animals. Others will say that the people who disagree with zoos are not properly educated about what some zoos really do and how they have changed. Some zoos are beneficial to the animals that live there. Thousands of years ago wealthy people would collect exotic animals and keep them to show their wealth…

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    Persuasive Essay On Zoos

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    zoo with your parents. Do you think zoos treat their animals ? If you said yes, well you’re wrong. A big problem that zoos have to face is, the animals are kept in enclosures that aren’t a fit space for the animal that is inside. They think if they trees and cool paintings it will make it all good. They are wrong, animals are there for years and they will find everything to know about the habitat by the first year. Eventually this makes the animals bored, causing them to not do much which makes…

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    all ages, visitors can appreciate animals closer, and people learn about wildlife with tours, pamphlets and experiences. First, these places attract people from all ages successfully. From children to seniors, zoos and aquariums are meant for the whole family in comparison to other public places. Both places offer the most complete information about the displayed species. The Director of the American…

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    Veterinarians I’ve always loved animals, I grew up around them all of my life. I have owned animals for as long as I can remember. I can still remember my first animal, a bearded dragon. Animals are my passion, and I have been caring, raising, and breeding animals for as long as I can remember. My family has owned animals from horses to a 6.5 foot Red tail boa. I can already clean and dress wounds and do many other things required of veterinarians. My mother is a veterinarian technician, based…

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