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    Today and for dozens of years before, animals have been used to test cosmetics, household cleaners, and hygiene products. Is this considered animals abuse? Animal abuse is defined as, “The human infliction of suffering or harm upon any non-human animal, for purposes other than self-defense or survival” (dictionary.com). Animals used for experimentation is abuse. There is no logical reasoning for using innocent animals such as, mice, rats, dogs, cats, rabbits, primates, and others that are locked inside cold barren cages for experimentation (About Animal Testing). Right now, millions of these animals are locked in cages until they are needed for the next terrifying and painful procedure that will be performed on them. Animals are not ours to…

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    Animal Farm Animal Abuse

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    rabbits. Yet he is the lord of all the animals. He sets them to work, he gives back to them the bare minimum that will prevent them from starving, and the rest he keeps for himself.” (George Orwell, Animal Farm) Humans consume many different animals, but don’t know the animals that they have eaten may have come from a bad source. Just so the farmers can get more money, the farm animals are forced to get treated poorly and might contain harmful bacteria when consumed by humans. Farm animal abuse…

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    Animals In Narnia

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    the world of C.S Lewis’ Narnia are both filled with an immense number of fantastic creatures. In case of Rowling, many of these creatures are mythical animals-- centaurs, hippogriffs, goblins and unicorns to name a few- while Lewis mainly chooses to add mythical abilities to every-day animals. His Narnia consists of talking beavers, lions, and of course a few mythical animals such as fauns. Both worlds involve interaction between the non-human animals and the humans, as well as the non-human…

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    Animal Stereotypes

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    treated. Zoos and circus’ all have animals that are treated alike, or some might be worse. Both of the industries have the animals stuck in cages, barely fed enough, and unable to have the social life they are meant to have. There are some differences in zoos and circus’ for example; in the circus industry, elephants are chained up for, “12-23 hours per day when not performing”(Lossa, 134), but rarely ever are they chained up in zoos. Everyone has different opinions on zoos and circus’ about…

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    Animals In Captivity

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    of entertainment, it is still not right to hold animals in captivity. In the mid-1830s. Brown Purdy came down from New York where he met an animal dealer named Hachaliah Bailey that obtained a baby African elephant, which he exhibited around the country with great success. Instantly the adding of other exotic animals led to the formation of a fide bona traveling menagerie. It was proven that trainers know what these exotic animals are afraid of and use them against them to force them to do…

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    Personification Of Animals

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    As humans, we are only able to understand the world around us in terms of the human experience, through human emotions, feelings, and perception. Authors will often personify other things in order to relate back to the human experience. Most likely of these cases, authors will personify animals. Sometimes this is deliberate and other times the author is personifying animals unintentionally, because that is the only way the author can perceive the animal in his or her own terms of the human…

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    Animal Inequality

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    Animals are living things that is a major part of our survival. Animals provide us different resources like milk, eggs etc. According to Animalquality.net, over 56 billion farmed animals are be killed each year. That is a very huge number, and overtime animals could run out. One should not sacrifice animals to be progressive in society Yelena Alexandrovna Dubrosky, a new assistant for dog training sessions, was one of the main characters in the story. As her first day of work, she got to meet…

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    In the book History of Animals by one of the best ancient Greek philosophers, Aristotle, he compares and contrasts how humans and animals share similar traits. Some animals show different qualities that are also shown in man. Aristotle states that “Just as in man we find knowledge, wisdom, and sagacity, so in certain animals there exists some other natural potentiality akin to these” (114). He gives examples of different habits and natural depositions in humans and animals. A few habits that…

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    Animal Habitat

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    • Habitat (10 points total): Describe fully where the animal lives. Discuss: o The other plants and animals that live there (5 points) Threadleaf sundew, yellow butterwort, Tracy's Sundew, small butterwort and more. o The type of substrate (the soil, rocks, sand, or water type) (3 points) Its substrate is poor soil and in boggy areas. o The year-round climate (2 points) The Venus flytrap lives in North and South Carolina. • Biology of the Animal (10 points total): Give some background about…

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    Millions of animals are being imprisoned in cages waiting on the next experiment to be performed; these animals are the victims of animal testing. Animal testing is the use of animals in scientific procedures to discover if certain substances are safe for humans. Of the one hundred million animals that are tested on each year, the diversity of the species ranges from frogs to monkeys. The individuals for animal testing approve of what occurs inside the laboratories, and those against animal…

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