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    Persuasive Essay On Zoos

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    around the world because they present fascinating animals to the general public. Visitors enjoy watching the animals and children have opportunities to learn about the different species. Zoos can provide inspiring experiences that can drastically influence…

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    “Animals kept in zoos should be freed” All of us grow up with fond memories of visiting the zoo with our family, friends, or a field trip in school. In zoos we can see a lot of animals. There are these amazing large elephants, those cute monkeys climbing or playing and many others. The zoo is the only place where you can see these amazing wild life creatures up close. Many zoos all over the world are professing their undying concern for animals. Some are accurately claiming that their zoos are…

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    Exotic Pets

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    should not have wild animals as pets. According to “Killer Pets” by Blair Rainsford, “Hundreds of other wild pets have attacked or killed their owners.” (Rainsford 18) This proves that it is common for these pets to cause physical harm to their owners. pets are supposed to be gentle, loving, protective friends, not blood-thirsty time bombs. Wild animals are not meant to be treated like domestic animals, because of the possible lethal outcomes. Also stated in the article, “Exotic pets are not…

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    Green Crab Research Paper

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    trend of damage that other species has inflicted on salt marsh. It might be the first nice thing that the green crab has done for anyone. Another thing is that envasive species are also dangourus to the enviroment.it could also threten us and the animals lives.somany thiongs can also threten us and the place we live so i think we should have rules.Ruls could help us and species lives for the betterruls…

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    Exotic Pet Issues

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    Exotic Pets: the issues involved Have you ever owned or know anyone who's ever owned an exotic pet? Take a second and think about it. Think about where that animal originates from, what environment it thrives in, and how it got where it is now. Most likely that animal was smuggled across the border into the United States or bred in some backyard in subpar conditions. These conditions can be so bad that the animals go insane or escape. The laws provide loop holes for people to mistreat or…

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    of entertainment. The only view an animal in captivity will ever experience, is life behind metal bars and barren concrete with people gawking at them. The number of animals suffering from extreme stress and depression is increasing daily. Zoos teach people it is acceptable to interfere with animals in their natural habitat and continue to place them into captivity; depriving them of open space, herds, and control over their life. A large percentage of the animals living in zoos are captive…

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    Why Do We Protect Zoos

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    Zoos are a place where animals are kept all day, instead of living in their own natural habitats. Animals are kept in different exhibits, where tourists can come and gawp at them. Some people wonder why zoos even exist when they, in a sense, keep the animals encaged and prevent them from living in their natural habitats. Zoos contain important rare species in their captivity and revolve around human entertainment, rather than the animals. Although zoos can seem like this is all they do, it is…

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    Animals is a common way to make someone happy. When I go to a zoo or an aquarium I think are these animals happy. These animals could be in a better place, they can be free and not there for the enjoyment of humans. Although most animal experts believe that animal captivity is for the better, others consider animal captivity is an unnatural environment for animals to be in. Animal captivity means the state or period of being held, imprisoned, enslaved, or confined. Animal captivity is a…

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    public has completely changed its opinion on exploiting and killing animals for entertainment.” In SeaWorld animals are being killed and parents are not ok with this. This is no longer fun and educational for their kids. SeaWorld has banned the use of the bullhook which is a tool that helps handle and train the elephants. This place is no longer being nice to animals, they are hurting animals for fun. I personally think that the animals should be let go. They need to go back into their natural…

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    keeping animals locked up in small cages their entire lives. Proven with expert opinions, research, and physical evidence, it has been proven that zoos are damaging to the animal's physical and mental state. Keeping animals locked up in zoos is inhumane and should be prevented. One of the most common arguments about keeping animals in zoos is the educational value provided to people by seeing these animals in person. This selfish reasoning permits people to capture and import animals from…

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