Such gardens were prototype of modern zoos. Until now,recreation is still the main use of zoo. Trainers demand animals to perform while most visitors spend more time on seeking entertainment rather than real knowledge about the animal. This kind of exploitation of animals for human entertainment is cruel and efforts should be made to stop it. Another strange phenomenon is that a lot of zoos also have used their animals on researches.
The visitors banged and rattled the animal’s cages. Now the animal’s enclosures mimic the wild habitat of an animal, and the visitors respect the animals. For example, primates are placed in enclosures that they can climb in. The way the animals are fed has changed dramatically over the years. In the earlier zoos animals were fed human food and the food was thrown into their cages.
These exotic animals do not perform these unnatural and meaningless acts because they want to. They do it because they are scared of what will happen to them if they don’t. The riding bicycles, juggling objects, the dancing bears, and tigers jumping into a rim of fire are all forced tricks. The Welfare Animal Act states that circus animals should be protected and treated humanely, and focuses on animal rights such as, exotic circus animals. In the wild, exotic wild animals are portrayed as free and dangerous; being in a cage locked up and treated badly does not make the animals safe for the public.
The narrator is separate from the story, (told in third person limited) and the reader is mostly only aware of Rainsfords thoughts and feelings until the story climaxes, then the game changes. The Most Dangerous Game takes place right after World War I in a jungle with a single mansion inhabited by the human savage, General Zaroff; the actions that were portrayed would not have been viewed as immoral or anything out of the ordinary in an area populated by only wild animals. The slaughter of animals was common for survival during the time period and scenery written about. Today people hunt for sport, but “normal” people do not hunt humans. There was a factual incident that occurred around the 1980s that could have been considered a real life version of The Most Dangerous Game.
Tatiana Tabares Prof. Wittenburg ENWR 106 10 April 2013 Stereotype vs. Nature Over centuries, writers would often use animals in moralistic stories or poems rather than humans to focus on a specific straitlaced theme or message. Due to their rough nature, many animals have been characterized by the authors as “evil” or the “bad guy” in several tales, stories and poems. Why is this so? It seems as though humans have imposed conscience and morality on animals which normally do not exist in the animal world.
‘Animal Farm , by George Orwell deals with individuals striving to survive in an unjust society.’ This statement is true to a considerable degree as the animals have been treated badly through out the book by different characters and with different matters. Power, greed and rights are some of the major aspects which have been exploited. Similarly, ‘Richard Cory , by Edwin Arlington Robinson’ deals with issues of power, fairness and greed. The novel Animal Farm – A Fairy Story by George Orwell, is a story about how a simple rebellion which turned into a fight for freedom, fairness and human rights. The story begins on a typical farm in England.
Animal experimenting is cruel, harmful and inhumane; it is now and it always will be. What can you do to help? First of all you can read about groups such as PETA. PETA, which stands for PEOPLE FOR THE ETHICAL TRATMENT OF ANIMALS provides a long list of companies, which experiment on animals; you can also find a list of companies, which are animal safe. Remember do NOT buy products from those companies that abuse animal rights.
Various dangerous diseases such as herpes simplex, hepatitis B, polio, rabies, malaria and mumps have been treated due to medications developed from tests on animals (Pandey, 2010). Animals are living creatures that develop various diseases as well. If, as the animal rights groups say, the medical problems of humans should be studied on people, then it seems that the problems of animals should be researched on animals. However, in reading animal rights campaigns, there is a lack of discussion on how to do research on the medical needs of animals (Gershoff, 2009). D. I will be talking to you
Do we even have a right to decide their rights? Many animals all around the world are abused daily. They are starved, beaten, and just overall neglected. Animals are believed to have certain rights in today's society. Animals should be able to live beautiful, happy lives and not live in fear.
I. Reasons why one should adopt a pet instead 1. You will save a life “Staff members sometimes…make…decisions to euthanize animals who haven’t been adopted” meaning that they put the animals to sleep (Humane Society of the United States, 2011) By adopting, you will be saving two lives; the life of the animal you are adopting and the life of another wandering animal. Animal shelters are usually overcrowded, so when an animal is adopted, there will be room for the shelter to take in another animal. Transition: Not only that… 2.