In conclusion, I would argue that zoos do not seem to help endangered species and keeping animals behind bars only for the sake of our entertainment is not quite fair. In my opinion, people must create nature reserves, where wild animals will be able to live in their natural environment. Источник:
. The increased human activity at the US/Mexico border which includes vehicle patrols, military and police actions, illegal immigration, and artificial lighting are destroying the fragile ecosystem that the Jaguarundi need in order to survive and thrive. The “Border Wall” separating the two countries restricts its ability to move and communicating during mating season. Another danger the Jaguarundi encounters, especially in the south, are hunters who value Jaguarundi furs. There is no formidable force working for the preservation of the Jaguarundi, the fact that the exact population for this big cat is unknown makes it difficult for conservation groups to petition the respective governments for assistance.
I understand medication being tested on animals but the cosmetic industry should not test on animals because its animal cruelty, the testing is not accurate, and there are other ways to test products. First reason they should not test on animals is because it’s animal cruelty. In America animal abuse is illegal. Testing on animals is abuse! Everyday millions of animals are locked in small cages giving them only enough room to turn around, and they have makeup put on them, and thousands die from it everyday.
Animals do not have the ability to speak, have a thought process that can be communicated nor do they understand the human civilization. They deserve compassion and gentle treatment but not rights as far as humans go. 2. America has enough domestic issues of our own that we should be taking care of first. Defending other countries or invading other countries that we have no business interfering in causes us nothing but more problems.
An invasive plant is a non-native plant species that has escaped cultivation, is spreading on its own and causing environmental or economic harm. • Non-native Invasive plants can outgrow, replace, and otherwise destroy our native plants. That's because non-native plants usually do not have their natural enemies -- the diseases, insects and other environmental stresses -- that keep them in check in their native ranges. • The destruction and replacement of our native plants has several significant consequences: • Our natural biodiversity is destroyed; • Our native plants can be eliminated; • Our wildlife have evolved to use native plants are not able to make use of non-native plants. As a result, they leave the area or die off; • invasive plants can completely fill the water column or cover the
Just thinking about the skinning of an animal terrifies me, but it saddens me more to know that there are people in the world that can kill animals just for the profit that it can bring to them. When an animal is captured, it is put through unbelievable pain. It sometimes drives the animal to tear through its own flesh and bone, sometimes the animal even loose teeth because they bite on the trap. Sometimes the animals are left suffering for hours before the hunters show up to kill the animal by stumping on the animal. This type of animal cruelty is legal for people with a license to hunt, but for those who are not legalized hunters can face many years in prison and be fined thousands of dollars.
The trading of illegal animals is the third most common illegal trading, the first being drugs and the second being human trafficking. Illegal trading of animals is not very well known because illegal trading of drugs and human trafficking is more known because of the media attention it creates. Not being educated is one of the main reasons that many people don’t actually know that the animals that they have just got are illegal where they live. Much of the global trade in these animals is accounted for by tourist souvenirs, traditional medicine and bush meat. The illegal trade for these accounts is becoming more and more common, and the laws just aren’t providing enough enforcement to prevent and stop the illegal trading of animals.
The quality of the experiments was necessitous. In this study, Roberts (2007) states that, The anatomic, metabolic, and cellular differences between animals and people make animals poor models for human beings. Drugs that pass in animal test are not successful in human clinical tests. Animals as their matter are not germane to human health. Several can cause human diseases that can damage us instead of helping us.
I feel that "extinction" is not something that has to happen, but happens because humans do not take care of the natural world, the way they should. Many extinctions, including birds and other living creatures, can simply be avoided if humanity put it in their best interest to change the way we run our ecosystem, considering how much these beautiful creatures help us maintain this earth. One of the greatest threats a bird endures is habitat loss. Birds from all regions such as forests, wetlands, grasslands, mountains, etc are losing their homes and resulting in their extinction. Another threat as previously mentioned is from humankind.