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    purpose to help animals in need. The best way I can think of helping them is by providing them with a Veterinary Hospital that includes a shelter as well as a grooming station. My business will be a Veterinary Hospital, for both exotic animals and pets. I want to start this business because I have always loved animals and I've always wanted to help strays on the street. Helping them and maybe even saving their life will give me the best feeling in the world knowing that I saved an animal from…

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    hope that someday the misery will end. No living creature should ever have to endure this, unfortunately, for captive animals this is the life they live. Most animals in captivity are either taken from the wild at a young age or born into it, losing every trace of what they used to be. Fortunately, from year to year it's more apparent that people are learning how miserable animals actually…

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    implications the baby tiger might endure? Is it morally justified for one’s wishes to be granted at the sake of an animal 's welfare? Should animals be used for one’s amusement or should they merely be left to their own device? Animal captivity brings forth its own set of problems even when the desire to conserve is present. Zoos and wildlife sanctuaries are the most common forms of animal captivity. In the episode Morgan See, Morgan Do, from the television show Inside Man, Morgan Spurlock…

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    and the most caught. According to Source 1 “Burmese Python Not the Ideal Pet” it states “To kill their prey, they first grasp it with their back curving teeth. When the animal tries to pull away, it only sinks further into the python’s grip. Then, the python coils its long and powerful body around the animal, squeezes until the animal dies, and then swallows it whole.”This means that they can be a full…

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    The controversial and thought provoking installation artist and activist, Angela Singer uses her process of redefining the purpose of taxidermy to interpret the preconceived perceptions of animal violence, gender roles in society and art as well as the viewers experience. Since the early 1990’s taxidermy has taken the reins in popular culture, especially in contemporary art. Artists are now using taxidermy in their work as a unique and yet growing medium to be displayed in exhibits. “Singer’s…

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    Veterinary Technician

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    dedicated to thrive in their career. It takes patience and good communication skills to deal with pets and their owners. Also having a passion for animals is one of the keys to having success and happiness in this career. Being a Veterinary Technician is taxing yet rewarding. It requires long hours, low pay and, a busy schedule, but working with the animals you love and enjoy being with makes it all worth it. There are many different aspects of this field of work to look at, such as how do you…

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    Essay On Exotic Pets

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    growing trend of owning exotic pets. These animals can be smarter, more colorful and interesting or they could be outright expensive and dangerous. So the question arises, should an exotic animal really be kept as a pet. They may have their benefits but exotic pets should not be kept as pets by the majority of people considering the dangers and expenses of owning one, along with the lifetime commitment that must be made. Walking into a pet store one can find many animals to buy as…

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    The Wild Animal Trade The wild animal trade, or more commonly known as the pet trade, has been an increasing reoccurrence for thousands of years. Through the process of the trade, exotic animals are captured and taken from their natural habitats and are transported long distances to new, frightening, and smaller homes. After the long, stressful process of trade, different species of animals are transported to different destinations worldwide. Some animals are taken to specialist where they will…

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    Exotic Pet Trade

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    The exotic pet trade is a multi-billion dollar industry in the U.S. and while some wild pets are bred in captivity, many are taken from their native habitats. Millions of animals are forced into the exotic pet trade every year for the purpose of becoming someone's pet or entertaining the masses in a circus or roadside zoo. People are enthralled with the idea to own an exotic animal as a pet but as the animal grows up, the owner soon realizes that they can no longer take care of the animal and…

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    Atlanta. This animal sanctuary contains multiple features such as multiple exotic animals and cool reptiles. Noah’s Ark Sanctuary is located in the Metro Atlanta area. Not only the will the animals be cool, the bus ride would allow you the opportunity to see some of Atlanta’s gorgeous sites. The sanctuary opened as a non-profit. It is a rehabilitation center for animals that were not in the proper condition. One reason to go to Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary is because they have animals of many…

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