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    Zoos Did you know that most zoos are treating animals vary badly? Well some people believe that zoos are very good to the animals. I disagree because the zoos use the animals for selfish gains, ill handling of animals and also suiravel of the fittest. In my opinion animals should not be held captivity because most of the animals there can change to sick and also are upset for the people who see them in the zoos. To begin zoos often just want make money off the animals by not paying…

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    A Trip To Dallas

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    Whether you are planning a trip to the second largest city in Texas or want to know more about this illustrious destination, Dallas definitely presents its fair share of intriguing attractions and activities to enjoy. Jam-packed with top-notch zoos and interesting museums, the city is definitely a booming place to visit in terms of history, culture, art, nightlife, entertainment, and excitement. Below you will find some of the top points of interest scattered about the Dallas area. Dallas Arts…

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    Nowadays, zoos do not simply cater to the recreational desires of site visitors, but additionally indulge into research and conservation of wild animals. however, the manner animals are being compelled to live in unnatural situations has raised issues about their properly-being within the confines of zoos. thus, it turns into necessary to have a look at the pros and cons of zoos. 'Surplus animals ' is a time period used to refer to the extra animals in a zoo. Such animals, attributable to…

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    Bruning F. Donald. “The Conservation Role of Captive Propagation in Zoos.” 10.2 (1987): 225-258. JSTOR. Web. 19 Apr. 2016. The point of this article is to explain the contrasting organizations that are involved with endangered animals, and zoos. The first part of the article is spent describing what the different organizations do to help. The second part of the article describes all of the differing endangered birds, and what zoos and people could be doing to save endangered animals. The author…

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    Literature is all around us. It is prominent and used in all studies to gain connections. One connection is to compare Literature to Real World situations or world problems. Authors always have a source of inspiration from some other work of literature and or situations occurring in the past, present, or future. In some cases, fiction or drama literature sometimes has underlying themes or realities that are current to today’s societies. The author could take a real-world situation into a…

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    Killing Pandas In China

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    people killed pandas because many children have been captured by them, in China many families while camping they kill pandas that get in their way. Pandas are very nice and they just want to interact with humans in a nice way, they don’t want to harm you unless you harm them. They also talked about how pandas love their babies and they will do anything for them, some mother pandas even starve for their children. Pandas look out for people before they look out for themselves. Pandas are very…

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    Ethical Issues With Zoos

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    According to Oxford Dictionary, a zoo is any establishment that collects animals in parks or gardens in order to study, conserve or display them to people. To conserve the population of certain endangered species, some conservation agencies establish zoos where they breed the animals before returning them to the wild. Some zoos are also started up for the sole purpose of entertaining people in exchange for money. In such zoos mostly large and attractive ones are kept in cages where visitors can…

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    Animal Captivity in Zoos Over the past couple of years there has been a controversial topic about zoos. According to Animal Facts, “Many individuals are against animals living in captivity and being “paraded” in front of people for monetary gain. Others believe, for many animals, captivity is the only way their species will survive extinction.” Some people are for captivity and some are against. There are many reasons why people don’t like animals in captivity. A lot of scientist say that…

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    Cherry Brook Zoo Cons

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    This article discusses the wrongful dismissal happened on Leonard Collrin who was the longtime director and Cherry Brook Zoo. Leonard Collrin worked for Cherry Brook Zoo for over 37 years, and his wife, Lynda, also worked as a volunteer for the zoo. The Collrins said their lives to the zoo and the animals, they lived in the zoo, so that they can provide all day service which means they work more than 80 hours every week. Nevertheless, the family was evicted of their home on July 6. Collrin…

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    food source as well. For example the Giant Panda's diet revolves around bamboo. Now that climate change is ruining bamboo forests the panda is left with little to no food. This forces them to migrate from their low elevation habitats, to higher elevations like mountains. Although this may provide more bamboo it isolates the already endangered, Giant Panda populations from each other. The higher elevations also bring a more rough terrain, which then causes the panda to spend far more energy…

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