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    offers you to experience and discover rare animals, animals that you normally wouldn’t see. Parents especially would feel excited to take their families to see an animal that they’ve never seen before; this also includes endangered animals such as pandas. The Edinburgh zoo webpage use images of meerkats looking content. They may have used these images on purpose to change the views and stereotypes associated with zoo’s (the misconception animals are kept behind cages and their freedom is taken…

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    Are Zoos Ethical? Zoos are a fun place you can take anyone of any age to go see animals that you would not see on an average day. You can see anything from elephants to sea creatures. Zoos are a safe place for many animals around the world. Zoos can help care for animals in need and can better help their health. Zoos are a safe and happy place for animals to grow and evolve and for children and families to come and experience the joy of a zoo. Animals are able to live their lives to the…

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    Cameron Park Zoos’ history explains how the zoo started, and how it became a main attraction of Waco today. A small group of animals in the 1950s grew into the Cameron Park Zoo Central Texans know today. The small collection of animals was put together to educate visitors, as well as show real, live animals to the public of Central Texas. In 1955, wildlife volunteers displayed mammals and reptiles at the Heart O’Texas Fair. As a result, people started donating money in support of the formation…

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    Snowflakes Life Snowflake was the first albino gorilla to every live everybody loved him everybody wanted to meet him so they put him in a gorilla habitat everybody loved him the barcelona zoo made millions on people trying to meet him people would pay millions to meet him and see him in person the zoo kept making hundreds thousands millions billions and the zoo got rich people would travel across the world to meet him. One day they were at the the vet and they found out thatssnowflake was…

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    Have you ever been to a zoo and seen happy, protected animals? Well, that happens all the time at most zoos. When you are younger, it seems like zoos are all about entertainment, but really the zoos are protecting the animals. In “The Stripes will Survive,” they create comfortable spaces for the animals, and use a family tree for selective breeding, and they keep away poachers. In “The Zoos Go Wild,” they made the habitat bigger, they put Willie the gorilla with 3 other women, and they kept him…

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    Have u ever been to the Zoo and wondered if it was bad or not?Ever since a young kid i have been to the zoo multiple times, I never thought bad about it tell recently. At the zoo the eagles were yelling and trying to fly away and the big animals don't have much room to run around, from the looks of it, it seems pretty bad. I think keeping animals in a controlled environment is bad. I think we should reduce the amount of animal captivity. Controlled animal facilities are bad because there's not…

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    People say animal captive is dangerous to the animal. People say zoos are better for animals because it keeps the population of that animal up that way it doesn’t go extinct, but i think the animals should be the wild unless they are tameable animals like dogs, cats, and horses. When the animals are in the zoos they can get small area to climb, fly, swim, roam, or run. If the animals in the zoos were in the wild they can mate, find food, or find water on their own. I have three reasons, why it…

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    Animal Ethics Asiatic Black Bear The Asiatic Black Bear (Ursus tibetanus) also known as the moon bear is a medium to large sized species of bear that inhabits forests in South and Central Asia, Russia, and Japan. Populations of wild Asiatic Black Bear have been dropping rapidly throughout Asia and Japan. The Asiatic Black Bear is listed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as a red list species which is endangered and could become extinct in the future. The rapid decline in…

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    This island has to be saved for its trees, it has to be saved for its animals it is a part of a reserve forest, it belongs to a project to save tigers, which is paid for by people from all around the world….who love animals so much that they are willing to kill us for them…this whole world has become a place for animals, and our fault, our crime was that we were just human beings, trying to live as human beings always have, from the water and the soil. No human being…

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    The panda pelt is the panda’s skin and which people would sell them as a coat or other material goods. The website Animal Port has stated this about poaching pandas, “They are poached for their skin, which has a great value in the international market. The soft skin of Pandas is used for making bags, and is sold for thousands of dollars.” People will pay top dollar for their skin, and because panda’s skin are so rare its even more money. People have sold panda pelts for about $80…

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