The main characters represent how us human and animals can get along and not fight. I think the titles means that it is the story of the jungle. I relate to Akela the most because I like helping people with their homework and I am like a mentor to them. The familiar plot of the movie is when Shere khan try to kill Mowgli because he is a man cub (human). It remind me of Lion King, Alice in the Wonderland and Captain America Civil War.
Fear of animals (Zoophobia) is one of the most common specific phobias. Research conducted on this phobia has shown that humans have a genetic predisposition to fear certain types of animals. Often animals like snakes, spiders, insects etc. stimulate a disgust/fear response in us. To an extent, this fear is necessary for the survival of human species.
The issue of keeping exotic pets such as a tiger or chimpanzee has been a contentious topic with animal activists up in arms over the issue. All of us love pets and we limit it to regular pets while some of us have extended their love of pets to animals like chimpanzees and tigers. Before considering taking a chimpanzee or a tiger as a pet, it is important to weigh the pros and cons of keeping them as pets. According to the Schuppli, and Fraser, it is estimated that, an average of 3.5 people die from attacks from exotic people (360). For this reason, people should not be allowed to keep exotic animals like chimpanzees or tigers.
By their very nature, the animals are wild and potentially dangerous and do not adjust well to a captive environment. It can affect the animals behavior negatively causing the animal to attack the owner. The exotic pet could become a big responsibility, cause dangers and diseases and need lots of resources. It takes responsibility to raise, provide and train a wild dangerous animal. Some people may not have the
Due to nature fish fear birds and mice fear cats. This is not taught to them, they are naturally inborn. Throughout the human evolution, it is a natural instinct that if something is unknown to us, we are most likely to face fear. According to studies “The fight or flight response is a primitive and powerful survival reaction” (Sharman 1). Once our human brain has received the message of a threat or danger, we face different emotion reactions.
One of the most common ways of abusing it is starving and beating them up. For example, monkeys who are in training are starved to a point where they have no choice but to act for the reward, which is food. In conclude, there is both advantages and disadvantages of having a zoo. On one hand they help in the conservation of animals nearing extinction, on the other animals are being mistreated and encourages the idea of human superiority. In my opinion, zoo should not be abolished as they are conserving endangered species and provide the general public with a valuable educational experience but under a strict law which protects the animal from
When he stated, “He must therefore be a fox to discern toils, and a lion to drive off wolves,” (46) he expresses that a prince should be able to discern whether to use force or deceit when dealing with different situations. Machiavelli also stated that princes that played the fox had more success than those who fully relied on the lion. His most important statement about wisdom is that a prince should know when to exhibit good conduct to preserve his rule, but also is able to use evil methods when he has
Fear is an instinctive emotion of all animals, yet it differs in its appearance and consequences in animals and humans (Overstreet, 16). Most animals only sense fear when in real danger and mostly react with the appropriate instinct of fight and flight. To see that one can simply look at a deer. The moment it senses something dangerous, something out of the ordinary, it flees to a safer place without giving it a second thought. In animals, fear is just a tool of survival (Overstreet, 17).
Animals have always played a pivotal role in societies throughout the past. Some communities praise animals, while others use them as a symbol of wealth, and some sectors own animals merely as companions. Throughout the article “The Case Against Pets” Francione and Charlton (2015) argue that animals must not be property, and consequently need to gain basic animal rights. As law professors at Rutgers University, and publishers of a book about animal rights, the author’s viewpoints and research are held credible. Nevertheless, despite their arguments being supported by validated and reliable evidence, both authors are biased towards their viewpoints.
Imagine all the trouble of owning a puppy, owning a tiger is much worse. Imagine the expenses of that tiger and the dangers and hazards of owning that tiger. Do you really think it’s a good idea to get that tiger? No, it’s not. It’s a lot of work, and it’s also extremely dangerous.