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  • Propaganda In Animal Farm

    “Animal Farm” is a “razor-edged fairy tale” (from the blurb) written by George Orwell. This book has a lot more themes than you probably think. It is about a farm taken over by unfairly treated animals and also informs you about the Russian Revolution by replacing the people involved with the animals on the farm. The author does a great job of hiding the real message from the story. I believe what Orwell wanted us to never forget is that history repeats itself explained by the four concepts of…

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  • Importance Of Animals In Zoos

    mouths to feed ranging from corals in the aquarium through to rhinos and elephants. Our food bill to satisfy these diver appetites approaches £ 1,000 a day [$1,386.10]”(Zoo Nutrition 1). Chester zoo is paying over a thousand dollars a day to feed animals, of those that include coral reef. Its ridiculous that money can be found to pay to feed coral reef but thousands of people are living in poverty. It makes no sense to let people starve when thousands of dollars are being spent to nourish coral…

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  • Summary: Animal Interrelationship

    Therefore the interrelationships between men, animals, the environment is extremely important for the survival of all species. My aspiration is to take the role of a wildlife veterinarian and be able to put endangered animals back into their natural habitats henceforth be able to be of aid to that interrelationship. My passion for taking care of animals is something that’s inscribed in my DNA. Family members have always supported and encouraged my curiosity for animal welfare. That’s has given…

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  • Animal Farm

    Book Review Animal Farm Animal Farm is a satirical allegorical novel written by George Orwell. The book, first published in 1944 is widely regarded as one of the finest literary creation of the 20th century. Orwell, being a democratic socialist was strongly against the Authoritarian rule of Stalin and this book seems to be an outlet of his strong dislike towards Stalin. The book is a dystopic take on the Russian revolution and…

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  • Animal Cruelty: The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

    treatment of animals should be taken more seriously because of the cruelty suffered by animals at amusement events, factories and in the research field. Animals ethics is a term to describe the way the human reacts with the animal and how the animal should properly be treated. Many philosophers believe that since animals doesn’t have the moral judgement that humans have, then anyone can do whatever they want to do them because they don’t know right from wrong. An animal is very important, the…

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  • Loyalty In Animal Farm

    Furthermore, each literary work employs characters to illustrate loyalty. Orwell and Twain demonstrate this trait in various ways and the first way is through individuals who are loyal to society. Animal Farm is quick to symbolize this type of loyalty through the horse Boxer who is one of the first characters introduced and one of the characters that are most thoroughly described. His main characteristic is fervent devotion and it is clearly demonstrated when he injures himself but as soon as…

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  • Animal Welfare

    I. Introduction 1. “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” Simply, while all animals are treated as living creatures with fundamental rights, some are superior to others. Arguably, this is reflected in the legislative definitions of animals in various jurisdictions. Non-human animals are distinguished from human animals , such as in s 2 of the Animal and Birds Act (“ABA”) of Singapore. This is similarly reflected in the animal welfare legislations of Malaysia,…

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  • Keeping Animals In Zoos

    Animal captivity is a cruel, miserable, and an unhappy thing for animals in zoos. Zookeepers are not feeding animals enough food or giving animals enough space to play in the cages at zoos and aquariums, too. Animals all over the world need more care, more safety and more room to play with their type of species. Animals keep dying because zoo keepers and owners can not take good enough care of the animals, or have the time to feed the animals, or take the time to take good care of the animals.…

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  • Zoos Are Bad For Animals

    are bad for animals and think it is cruel, but they do not know the truth. Zoos help prevent extinction, support endangered animals, educate the public, and help save animals in bad conditions. Zoos benefit the lives of animals and their population. Zoos help prevent extinction of species. Earth is currently in a global extinction crisis. Almost one fourth of all known mammals are threatened with extinction. The percentage is even higher for invertebrates, over a third threatened. Animals are…

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  • Importance Of Animals In Captivity

    because they need the freedom to roam around without boundaries of zoo walls. Animals in captivity may live longer, but they have the lack of the quality of life, don't get their natural instincts to hunt, and may not have the right care that they need to be able to live a happy and healthy life. The animals in captivity may live longer, but live an unhappy life due to lack of freedom due to zoo walls and other animals. According to “In the wild, elephants walk up to 30 miles…

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