(blackfishmovie.com) Blackfish tells the story of Tilikum, a performing killer whale who has not only injured several people in captivity but killed. Behind the scene footage and shocking interviews are shown throughout the film to present a convincing case against keeping these wild animals for human entertainment. This emotional, heart touching story challenges us to reconsider our relationship with nature. It reveals how little we know about these mammals. This documentary explores how the harmful living conditions may be causing orcas to lash out violently toward their trainers.
The animals are held in tanks, large pools, or fenced off sections in the ocean. Though animal shows featuring dolphins and whales attract many people, it is cruel to capture these wild animals to force them to perform for crowds. Places such as sea aquariums or theme parks, like Sea World, promote the captivity of marine animals, when they should be free in their natural habitat in the ocean. Animals held in captivity lose their sense of self reliance and their natural instincts, because food and care is provided for them. It is cruel and wrong of the human population to enslave animals for the sheer purpose of entertainment.
With over 1m wild alligators in Florida versus a human population of 17m humans, there’s lots of opportunity for conflict. The beasts can grow to 12ft and their lethargic appearance has misled many a startled holidaymaker, within a flash they can snap their jaws and even run up to 30m.p.h. There are actually Gator Hunters operating in Florida to deal with the problematic reptiles. Obviously the animals know no boundaries but they do not seek human attacks and they usually try to avoid us, however sometimes things go wrong. Pestering, tormenting and throwing food to gators is usually the root cause.
Koalas do not have a place in this world there's not enough room for all the *****es in this world. So let all the koalas that's in the zoos and ****. Let them go and put them back with their family. If you let them all go they won't nothing except for that's what they was put in this world for. Now you know why koalas aren't important.
The head sheriff of this tourist town has a man-eating shark on the loose and wants to keep everyone out of the water until the capture the shark. Though Brody is afraid of water himself he knows the dangers this shark can hold for the town. His goal is to kill the shark in hope to keep the beaches safe. His motif through the film is fear. He is in fear that more people are going to die and that his son will die to this shark.
If sharks were to be extinct then we would not be able to go with our families to the beach to have a fun in the waters as the water would be disgusting and not swimmable. While the numbers of large sharks have been going low it has led to the collapse of fisheries being able to go out to sea to fish as sharks play an important role of keeping the fish and coral reefs healthy. As large sharks do have an important role in the ocean, we do have to be cautious about where we swim as we could be in there territory or near predators. If you do take a shark out of there eco-system then in conclusion there will be bad consequences, because they keep their eco-system healthy and clean. For example imagine you at home doing your own thing then out of nowhere an intruder comes in and kidnaps you and while that happens there will be consequences but in the end you will end up being shot, not a good thing to think about so we should think the same about sharks.
Reading Response 5 Isak Dinesen shoots an iguana with the intention of using the skin for aesthetic beauty. She fails to understand the reality of what she is trying to do. I feel the unequal distribution of power between the gun and the iguana may represent humanity's domination over animals. Dinesen alludes to the negative impact of humans on planet earth and our parasitic nature when she quotes a saying of a hero in a book she had read as a child: "I have conquered them all, but I am standing amongst graves" (73). My own experience in "shooting an iguana" involves hunting and capturing sand crabs.
At first, he talks about how different it is to observe the whales rove in the wild comparing to those he had seen in the Vancouver Public Aquarium. He wonders if a wild animal imprisoned in a small pool can ever be considered “happy”. Continually he discusses the use of primate, which he thinks is most controversial. Here he makes the first quotation from the famous chimpanzee expert, Jane Goodall, to support his arguments and make the essay more convincing. Goodall describes the horrible conditions that the chimpanzees are enduring in laboratories.
This was a thing the boys did because it cleared out the beach for the real attack. But tension built up at a very high rate, because a lady spotted the shark coming in to the pond where the small boys and the adults where. There was chaos at the beach because everyone’s attention was caught and Brody was at his best to warn his son at the pond about the shark. The havoc continued till one of the adult was killed but fear continued as brodys son was still in danger. This survival was an anti-climax.
In the first part, Pi talks about his family and how they own a zoo and then later he learns how dangerous every animal in the zoo could be. Pi also believed in 3 religions (Hinduism, Christianity and Muslim) and in June 21, 1977 he and his family and the zoo animal set sail. In the second part, the ship that Pi set sail on sank and only Pi, a tiger, a zebra, a hyena, and an orangutan managed to escape on a life boat. The hyena ate the zebra and the orangutan then