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  • The Benefits Of Zoos

    have been a popular destination for people for as long as they have existed. It is exciting to go see the animals. People can feel the joy of spending time with family and friends while also experiencing the closeness of wild animals. It can create quite a rush and bring excitement to those peering through the animal’s habitat. There are many things that bring people to the zoo and many good deeds done by the zoo. However, there are also major welfare issues that needed to be addressed as well. People go to the zoo to for entertainment and socialization as well as come close to the wild. Most people enjoy viewing the animals from a distance just to see the different types that come from around the world. Others love both the aspect of seeing the different animals but also might feel a rush because they are coming so close to a wild animal that could be dangerous. The zoo gives them a safe outlet to vie the wild animals without putting them in danger. The advantages of the zoo can include education, conservation, and research. Zoos provide boards outside of the animal’s habitat to give their guests some information. The information included on these boards include name of species; sometimes both the common and scientific names, where they are naturally located, whether the animal is endangered, what type of habitat they normally live in, and some fun facts about the animals. This is one way that zoos educate their patrons. They also provide demonstrations for those who are…

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  • Benefits Of Zoos And Aquariums

    room for nature and animals. It contains spaces filled with homes that have been build from the trees that onced belonged to the forest. The trees that were once homes to the wild animals that roamed the land. Now that world is gone and it’s because of the growing population of humans. We have destroyed the natural world and we feel the need to save it. Zoos were created to give people the feeling that we are still part of nature. However, it is just an illusion that has given humans…

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  • Should Animals Be Kept In Zoos Essay

    Should Animals be Kept in Zoos? Ken Norris, director of science at the Zoological Society of London provides a look at the animal population, “If half the animals died in London zoo next week it would be front page news. But that is happening in the great outdoors” (“Half-Empty”). This quote brings into question zoos. What are zoos? What do they do? Should animals be kept in zoos!? Zoos in general are establishments that maintains a collection of wild animals, typically in a park or gardens,…

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  • Importance Of Zoos In Conserving Wildlife

    personal while on the other side is the cutest animal you have ever seen. Where can you see all of this? At a zoo, of course! Zoos have hundreds of different kinds of animals to observe, but that is not what they are all about. Humans are responsible for so many animals going extinct. It is now our responsibility to preventing these extinctions is crucial maintain biodiversity and ecosystems. Zoos are taking on part of this responsibility by playing a key role in conserving animals. Zoos…

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  • Speech On Exotic Animals

    Exotic Animals as Pets Bears, sugar gliders, snakes, black panthers, snow tigers, flying squirrels, bearded dragons, chameleons, pythons, geckos, iguanas, lemurs—these are just a few of the huge list of unusual, or so called exotic, animals that people might own or trade. The availablity of these extoic animals has made it easy to acquire or to sell them. It is harmful to the animals, the environment and even humans. It may be marginally legal to sell and own these animals, however, in many…

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  • Should Seafish Exist Essay

    continue to endanger these animals. This causes serious damage to the animals whether it be their safety, physically, or even emotionally. These habitats and aquariums they have set up for the orcas will never compare to their home in the wild. Some share the opinion that animals such as orcas and other whales are better off in zoo’s than aquariums or any other exhibits than out in the wild. But that does not make those locations a preferred, and safe, space for these animals. Animals around…

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  • Animal Cruelty In Zoos

    Imagine a young helpless animal being taken from its home in the wildlife and held in captivity, behind bars and gates, held a prisoner to the world. Each year, thousands of animals are ripped away from their homes and their families and are used for entertainment. Zoos are a popular attraction for kids and adults; it gives people the opportunity to get up close and personal with some their favorite animals. Zoos even allow people to feed and pet the animals, which make zoos very well-liked and…

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  • Importance Of Keeping Animals In Zoos

    The issue of whether keeping animals in zoos is amoral, and has been widely debated in our communities recently. The treatments of animals at Melbourne Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary published in The Age have raised a conflict amongst Australians again. Some believe that the presence of zoos is inevitable so as to rescue animals from extinction, whilst others are not in favor of zoos due to the captivity of wildlife. If one was to take into the reason why the conservation is not fully effective,…

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  • Endangered Animals Essay

    Final Research Paper Animal rights to freedom Steven McFarlane DeVry University Advanced Composition Professor Christopher Drew August 27, 2013 Animal Rights To freedom Since the beginning of time animals had rights to do as they please in their own habitat. As time accumulated, these rights slowly faded with entertainment usage of animals. Animals do not belong in a zoo for personal visual enjoyment. Almost every child has taken a trip to the zoo. At the zoo we see different…

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  • Essay On Captive Breeding

    places on animals that are kept in the zoo. Originally, panda bears are found in China, however, with Chinas growing population and modernization, pandas are now considered to be “the most engaged bear in the world” (Lindburge, 65). As with any animal that is vulnerable in this world or is facing extinction, there is no debate that the major contributor to this threat is the human species destroying an ecosystem and causing disastrous effects on all species living in their environment. Habitat…

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