Oh no you have just been shot by a tranquilizer dart and you 're put in a truck and you never see your friends and family ever again. Well that 's what happens when animals go to zoos. Zoos are harmful to animals. To begin with, Animals aren 't getting the right diet when they live in zoos. Also, animals are not getting the right amount of space.
One case of this being shown is when children see what is happening to these animals it very much hurts their views on life and societies actions. For example an article written by Jenson E. states, “It is hardly surprising to learn that most children visiting zoos are neither empowered nor educated by the experience of seeing captive wild animals so far removed from their natural habitat. Zoos present an entirely false view of both the animals themselves, and of the real and very urgent issues facing many species in their natural homes. This new research appears to confirm what we have said for many years. Zoos do not educate nor do they empower or inspire children to become conservationists”(Jenson E.).
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I believe that finger monkey’s should be illegal to have as pets in the United States. In California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont and Wyoming finger monkeys are illegal since 2012. First, I think the monkey’s should illegal to keep as any kind of private ownership because finger monkeys can be very aggressive and scary. They can do this because they have very sharp teeth that they could bite thing or people. These monkeys could seriously damage your house.
Why do people abuse animals? Why do people neglect animals? Why do people make animals starve? Imagine having millions of animal hides in your own backyard. Because of animal abuse.Animal abuse is harmful because animals get treated like they are not alive and are NOT worth anything.1.Animals get abused every day, and they do NOT do anything to stop it.Animal neglect is harmful to animals and to other people because the animals get hurt, and other humans get abused by seeing the cruelty.Animals get neglected every day because they don 't act right for their owners, so they get beat.Animal cruelty happens every day and nobody tends to stop it.Animal cruelty happens every day and it DOES NOT stop.
The animals are locked in cages and are not free to roam as they would in the wild. “Whether it’s lack of space and exercise, or lack of social contact, all factors combined show it’s a poor quality of life compared with the wild…” (Call for wild animals to be banned from the circus 3). Due to the lack of exercise and being caged all day the animal aggression is higher than if they were in their natural habitat. An example of this would be Kenny the elephant. “The elephant crew gave Kenny rehydration fluids and shackled him in his stall.
About 5.9 million pigs are put in these torturous cages. Pigs are put in cages where they can not move around in, and all they do is lay down or stand. Gestational crates do not belong in factory farming and should be illegal to use. These crates are inhumane, abusive and harmful towards the pigs. Gestational crates do not belong in factory farming and should be illegal to use.
A big social problem today is animal abuse and the fact that they are mistreated daily. Not many people realize exactly what some animals go through on the daily. Everything is hidden behind the companies walls and it needs to be brought to more of society’s attention. Just because we don’t know about everything that goes on, doesn’t mean it is all good. “Nothing living should ever be treated with contempt, whatever it is that lives, a man, a tree, or a bird, because the time is short.
Many a young boy and girl have been delighted by the exotic animals and amazing performers of a circus. Many a young boy and girl have been delighted by the exotic animals and amazing performers of a circus. All of the circuses today seems to travel from place to place. All of the circuses today seems to travel from place to place. Most still has animal acts, although some of them have eliminated these shows.
Animal rights activists argue that it is inhumane to house animals in inadequate habitats and are upset that many species that aren’t considered endangered are being held in zoos around the world. Zoo advocates argue for the conservation and research of endangered species, and thoroughly work to benefit different species and keep them healthy. Both arguments base their reasoning off of varying ideas, animals rights activists address the physical downfalls of animals in captivity, how it is nearly impossible to perfectly recreate an animals natural habitat, and the abuse of animals in captivity. Zoo advocates argue that the conservation and research of endangered species is necessary to keep them from extinction, they fight for humane treatment of animals around the world and work hard to show the real problem in today’s environment. Endearing Emotions As you can imagine, stories of animal abuse and the destruction of natural habitats around the world cultivate a strong emotional foundation that drives many people’s
Introduction: Mark Bittman, a food journalist, published the article “Who Protects the Animals?” in New York Times. In this article, he coined the term “ag-gag” law. It is a term to describe the law to prohibit whistleblower who takes photograph and film scenes related to animal abuse problems on industrial farm. It even prohibits anyone who distrubate it, whichs means a anayoums submit the evident of animal abuse. Those evident cannot be pulished due to the limation of this law.
Animal Captivity Bears don 't normally ride bikes, tigers don 't normally jump through fire, and elephants don 't normally stand up on their back two legs. Laws that protect traveling animals are not enforced enough to make a difference, and are highly ignored. Circuses should not be allowed to capture wild animals for entertainment purposes because the animals are abused, the populations are decreasing, and the animals don 't have enough freedom. To better understand why eliminating animal captivity for entertainment purposes is the best thing to do, someone must think about the opposing viewpoint. Most argue that the eliminating animal captivity for entertainment purposes is more humane.
Animal Testing is proof that humans will do anything to ensure their safety even though it means they have to hurt another. Poor defenseless animals fight for their lives every day to test out products they have no use for. These poor sweet creatures have been taken away their right to live to be caged and mistreated and they can’t do anything but sit there and take it. Day to day, more and more animals are dying at the cruel hands of these scientists. Animal Testing is an act of animal cruelty, because it is inhumane, there are other methods that can be used to avoid harming innocent animals and animals are very different from
The chances of you dieing from captive animals are miniscule compared to those of falling down the stairs. Animal rights activists are known to have made up false claims about “public safety” just to free the animals. “If it is illegal for businesses to advertise and sell products using misleading and fraudulent claims, why is it OK for legislators and lobbyists to introduce, gain public support and pass bills using fraudulent claims they can’t back up with facts?” (REXANO 5). There is a factor most people do not consider when getting any pet (mainly exotic), Disease. It comes in all animals but disease is probably the predominant way that humans are harmed by any animal.
After centuries of animals performing in circuses, it has been discovered that the animals are being abused behind the scenes. Despite how much it looks like the handlers and animals get along and interact during the show, animal abuse is very common within circuses behind the scenes. According to Marian R. Merritt, circuses have used animals such as elephants, horses, lions, monkeys, bears, and tigers for centuries, and animal welfare groups are very upset about how circuses treat animals. They say the animals are treated very badly, being forced to spend long hours in small cages or chained to the ground. Marianne R. Merritt is an author and attorney who specializes in animal law, and she works on issues involving animals in entertainment.