You can state that it is an opinion matter but there are such factsthat prove either way. “Zoos are an unsuitable environment for wild animals and should,therefore, be abolished. Firstly, zoo animals are kept in a very confined areacompared with their vast natural habitat. Secondly, breeding programmes are farless successful than zoos claim. Thirdly, zoo animals are exposed to manydiseases and other dangers.” ("Zoos Should be Banned.”) “No matterhow big some zoos try to make the enclosures, no matter how many branches theyput in them, no matter how beautiful they make the background paintings on thewall, they don't compare with the natural habitat the animals were meant to bein.
Although some may argue that animals should not be held in captivity. I believe that animals should live in captivity because of harm from humans, to humans, and bad living conditions. There are many reasons why humans should not keep animals in captivity. Animal parks such as Sea World and Busch Gardens are forcing animals like Killer Wales into breeding over and over. “Orcas should not be forced to endure a lifetime of captivity, and it is irresponsible for Sea World to breed more animals to lead such a life”.
My understanding was that we were not supposed to be mean to animals. Little did I realize back then that unethical treatment to animals was so much more than just being nice but that the zoo’s and petting farms I loved so much are
9) When does Pi say is the best time(s) to visit the zoo and why? 10) What are some of the misconceptions Pi says people have about zoos? 11) Why does Pi say animals in the wild are not “free”? 12) What does Pi mean when he says that the animals in the zoo are less like a prisoner and more like a landholder? 13) Does the Pondicherry zoo still exist?
Should people be able to have exotic pets like Chimpanzees or Tigers? Some people say that having an exotic pet helps them to learn more about wild animals, and they do not have to be dangerous, and people would get bored with regular pets then exotic animals. Others think that people should not keep exotic animals, because they are too dangerous even if people trained them. People can control the animals when the animal is a new born, for example, a trainer can train a baby tiger, but the baby tiger will not get used to it until it grows up. The wild animals will always be wild even though people raised them or kept them in their house.
In some cases, animals are kept captive and are forced to do things they probably wouldn’t approve of if they had the choice. These animals should either be taken care of better, or put into their natural habitats to live their lives the way that they were meant to. They didn’t ask to be taken from their families and to go to places they don’t know. Put yourself in their situation, wouldn’t it be scary to be taken from your home to be forced into doing abnormal things that could potentially harm you? Although we don’t know what goes on in their minds, or what their emotions are, you can only imagine what their thinking.
Founding members of Showing Animals Respect and Kindness (SHARK) and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are groups of people that do not understand the origin of rodeo and its sensitivity to animal welfare issues. When something is not understood, it is commonly misconstrued. Rodeo is being protested against because the people of PETA and SHARK play on readers emotions. Emotions, especially “blind” ones, are strong enough to cause people to take action against organizations or activities about which they have no background information. If more people did not rely so much on emotions and relied more on intelligence, then problems like this would not arise.
They were accomplishing this, but through their limited knowledge of dinosaurs and their adaptive traits, the dinosaurs were able to adapt and reproduce despite being all female. InGen was then unable to control the population, which led to the park in an out of control downward spiral. Furthermore, InGen assumed that the dinosaurs would be like zoo animals and act passive and docile. The assumption that large, vicious animals like the Velociraptors and T-Rex would act like zoo animals is a ridiculous assumption. The animals we have in zoos now have been, for the most part,
This natural urge could be taken to the extreme that one overindulges in pet ownership. This could mean owning too many pets, not properly caring for your pets or overbreeding your pets. All these overindulgences are the reasons the Humane Society of Southern Arizona exists. They are based on the idea of rehoming homeless pets, providing care for animals in need and reducing pet overpopulation. The opposite of this urge would be to not have any pets at all.
We are all too busy in our day to day lives to realize the brutality that goes on towards animals behind closed doors. Animals are enduring pain and suffering to provide comfort for us humans’. Like the cosmetics we put on to refine our looks, or the cologne we put on to smell pleasant, or even the medicine we drink to feel better when we are sick. These are all things that are fist tested on animals prior to being available to us. The big problem here is we are all too busy to realize that we are not only committing cruel acts upon animals, but we are condoning these acts.