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  • Explain Why Animals Should Not Be Kept In Zoos

    Animals should not be kept in Zoos As a kid, I feel like we all visited zoos with our families as a fun way to pass time. It was a lighthearted form of amusement with exotic and interesting animals. What kid would not love to visit the zoo? When you are young, nothing is ever bad or wrong in your eyes. All over the world there are animals being kept in containment for the enjoyment of people. While it may seem harmless and all fun and games, it is not. These animals are being kept from living…

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  • Should Animal Animals Be Banned

    Exotic Animals, Should They be Privately Owned? The USA Today column (2011) “Today’s Debate” featured two articles “Wild Animals Aren’t Pets” by the editor and “Opposing View: Let People Own Exotic Animals” written by Zazan Kukol to discuss if exotic and wild animals should be kept as (Wyrick 29-32). After objectively analyzing the strengths and weakness of each article, one must consider if exotic animals should be privately owned or banned from private ownership. The argument can be made that…

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  • The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And His Addiction?

    The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and His Addiction? “Animals trapped behind bars at the zoo, need to run rampant and free! Predators live on the prey they pursue; this time the predator's me,” sung Henry Jekyll in the play Jekyll & Hyde. Although this quote is from the play, not the book, I believe it is extremely relevant. In the beginning of the book, Jekyll felt that his true self was trapped in a prison of morals. He felt like a caged animal. He wanted to be free, he wanted to do…

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  • Symbiotic Relationships In The Lion King

    There are many examples of symbiotic relationships in Disney’s The Lion King. A symbiotic relationship is the interaction between two species living closely together. Mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism are the three main categories of symbiotic relationships. These relationships are important in maintaining a stable ecosystem because they are similar to cause and effect. Both parties in the symbiotic relationship play a key role, and one of them missing from the equation would mean…

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  • Research Paper On Disneyland

    With the belief for being a “jungle, Africans live with animals, and that make them have pitch-black skin” (Pryor). Furthermore, “Africa is a jungle where men only, as hunters, know how to kill animals for food for their families, and because they live with animals, they talk and dance like them” (Spears). With thick trees, plants, and brush, Disneyland African jungle river adventure highly amplifies the belief that Africa is a jungle. Disneyland attracts millions of people from different parts…

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  • Fishing Career Research Paper

    Out of the three careers, Fishing and Hunting workers, Masons, and Gaming Surveillance Officers. I would say that the job that would best fit my artistic, animal like mind, is the Fishing and Hunting workers. The three main points I will make is, they make great money for the type of education required, hunting animals is one of my hobbies, and knowing the different types of fish is also one of my hobbies, so why not take this job. For a job that you don’t need any type of education for, it…

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  • The Wildlife Justice Commission

    Introduction - Wildlife Justice Commission The last decade has seen an unprecedented rise in the poaching and trafficking of endangered and iconic wildlife species. The very survival of species such as rhinos, elephants and tigers as well as countless less iconic species is at stake. From 2007 to 2014 rhino poaching in South Africa has increased by almost 10,000% (in 2007 there were 13 recorded instances of rhino poaching compared to 1,215 in 2014). In the first four months of 2015 incidences…

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  • Wildlife Crime Essay

    in wildlife crime is argued to be a result of “widespread poverty, underfunding of wildlife conservation efforts, lack of law enforcement and political instability in the concerned countries and a rising demand for exotic animal products” (WTO 2014:5). Considering the numerous dimensions involved in illegal wildlife trade, it is only appropriate that efforts to solve this crisis be multidimensional. Further, it is critical that there are intervention efforts at each level of illegal wildlife…

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  • Wildlife Management Essay

    Throughout the history of deer hunting in the United States, management tactics have rarely been taken advantage of. However, in recent years outdoorsmen across the nation have been driven by their passion of wildlife to begin implementing new, more sustainable practices. Wildlife management in the hunting industry stems from multiple sources, whether it be the pursuit of larger antlers or simply the need to put meat in the freezer. Nevertheless, the foundation of any program remains to be the…

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  • Essay On Wildlife Biologist

    careers that would allow me to be outside doing the things that I love. While both Wildlife biologist and Arborists are similar in their environment and education , they differ in the pay. Wildlife biologist and Arborists are very similar jobs they both have the same type of environment which is the outdoors. Most of the work done by an arborist is physically demanding and is mostly done outside(Fehl, Pamela.11 ). A wildlife biologist spend considerable time in the field/outside gathering…

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