The animals were being underfed so they were forced to break into the store house and eat the food in there. Mr Jones and his farmers started whipping the animals but the animals fought back. This caused the farmers to flee and this was the revolution. They preserved Mr Jones’ house as a museum and made seven commandants which they should follow. The pigs were the cleverest of the animals so they took the leadership role which is against animalism as animals should be equal.
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.
Disadvantages of Animals in Captivity Elizabeth Weise in her journal for International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) stated that approximately 18000 more species on the top list of endangered wild animals and 1940 species of the latter are listed as critically endangered wildlife (E.Weise,2011)¹. However, conservation is not the main reason for keeping animals in captivity. For thousands of years, animals have lived without being captivated by human. Keeping animals in captivity have a lot of disadvantages such as animal abuse, limits animals’ freedom and changes in animal behaviors. Firstly, keeping animals in captivity promotes animal abuse.
Zoos are giving all endangered animals a chance in life by giving them shelter, food and treatments. A zoo gives scientists and vets a chance to research the weird and wonderful animals of the earth in their local zoos. Scientists use zoos to study common or rare diseases in different animals to find causes and cures; vets would attend to zoos to operate or attend to sick or extremely ill animals who have been rescued from the wild. Zoos are also great for tourism. Everybody loves a great trip to the zoo.
These captivedisplays of the animals are an educational experience and show on lookers whatit looks like to be down in the sea with the other animals, what all theaquatic life looks like and in zoo cases what’s it like to be in the animalwild. I’m going to visit local aquariums and zoos to research how animals aretreated and if they under-go any harm. To show whether local aquariums or zoosare keeping the animal captive in an uncomfortable scene or helping it survive,I am going to interview people to see what their opinion is on “If animalsshould be in aquariums or zoos or if they should be in the ocean”? Who reallyis to say? You can state that it is an opinion matter but there are such factsthat prove either way.
>>I will now inform you of the dangers of owning a wild animal. >The Humane Society of the United States's website tells us that >Exotic animals, by their very nature, are dangerous. Although most exotic animals are territorial and require group interactions, an exotic pet typically isolates and spends the majority of his/her day in a small enclosure unable to roam and express natural behaviors freely. These animals are time bombs waiting to explode. >Wild animals
Terrance Holley Mrs. Bailey English 1 18 February 2013 The Amazingly Suspicious Zoo Has the question ever been asked how much do zoo animals get paid? They probably do not make one red cent. It is a shame because they do a good job of keeping visitors entertained. The entire zoo experience is very amazing and at times suspicious. The interaction between the kids, the animals, and the landscaping makes coming to the zoo very exciting.
Although this sound good for us humans, think about the hundreds of animals killed a month, just so a major cosmetic company such as Maybelline can test a new batch of lipsticks. The conditions that the animals are kept in are appalling, and not to mention unethical. In some cases, the animals are kept in cramped cages and often go without food.
In Big Cats, Cheetahs, Ned Halman explains that cheetahs need a wide open space to live in. “The plains that cheetahs live on are becoming smaller. People are taking away the land. Because of this, cheetahs have to fight with lions and hyenas more and more. Cheetahs numbers are getting fewer since they have to fight with stronger animals for survival.” Ultimately, humans are responsible for putting the cheetah on the endangered species list.
His last words concerning his purpose of fasting were, “because I couldn’t find the food I liked. If I had found it, believe me, I should have made no fuss and stuffed myself like you or anyone else.” After he was buried, the circus put a young, healthy, panther in his cage. The audience loved to watch the panther. Franz Kafka’s personal life had a huge impact on writings like “A Hunger Artist”. Kafka’s writing includes dark themes, self-hatred, self-denial, insecurity, and issues with authority.