Many people will argue that SeaWorld trainers are performers rather than biologists, when in reality, they must now pass a certain amount of tests and examinations before coming in contact with any animal. They also only care about the fact that SeaWorld keep Orcas in captivity, but will have no problem with a zoo. This is hypocritical and unfair, as, just like zoos, SeaWorld contribute
Captivity: the condition of being imprisoned or confined. Orca whales in captivity make up 70% of Sea Worlds revenue. While children and families across the country pay to see Shamu, they are actually funding one of the cruelest money corrupt corporations in the world. Between the mistreatment of the whales themselves, and the multiple injuries and deaths of the trainers; keeping Orca Whales in captivity are not worth the risk. The positive aspects of capturing and mistreating whales do not outweigh the dangers.
By choosing theDasyatisAmericana as control specie, the experiment was able to control for factors such as size and the specie type. The results are intended to give insight into if color patterns act as a warning sign to the prey that the predator stingray is poisonous. Inside the aquarium, the Himantura leopardis not poisonous as a measure of protection to the other species in the fish tank. As the observer, I had no manipulation of the fish tank. There were variations that occurred during the experiment that could not be controlled as during the beginning of the observation, feeding was
In the other hand, the speaker contends this by explaining that whales were declined because of the human hunting , orcas changed their diet to survive and because just of the sea mammals were available, human started to hunt sea mammals and cause the decline. Third, the author asserts that scientist believed that the pollution hypothesis could also the uneven pattern of otters decline. However, the professor opposes this pint by explaining that the uneven pattern is better explained by orcas predation theory. she added that it depends on whether the location is accessible by orcas or not, so because orcas are large, they can 't access the shallow region where sea otters have not
Many may say the right answer is to set these animals free into the wild and completely end this issue. But the problem with this is that these animals have lived in, and for many of them grown up in, a captive environment so they would likely not thrive or even survive in the wild. So if we are now taking such as strong voice for these animals why are we letting those that are in captivity remain in this
When discussing the zonal method, she rationally explained why that would have ended up being a hassle. She explained that they would have to “figure out whether trappers were in the right zone when they got their bobcats” instead of simply banning trapping entirely. The audience, and apparently California, is able to see the better option based on convenience. While not bringing in facts, a statement from Nicole Paquette (the vice president of wildlife protection for the Humane Society of the U.S.) was used in the article. She also approves of the ban and stated, “...the public has never been more aware that killing an animal for its pelt is no worse than for a head and hide to decorate a trophy room.”
Manatees live in shallow warm waters and as humans expand manatees do not have many places that they can relocate to. Manatees are like the Native Americans in the sense that they had their land taken from them. Some manatees have been relocated to zoos or other natural protected lands so they can live in the wild and not have to worry about having a food shortage or being struck by boats. In conclusion, manatees are becoming extinct because people are populating the water that manatees live in which is causing them to die.
He uses the strategy of ethos to give the readers a sense of morality when thinking about the life of a lobster and uses the strategy of pathos to present logical facts and research for his argument.
The Norwegian and Japanese positions and arguments to be permitted with the hunting of non-endangered species of whales as a cultural exemption should not be considered. According to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation, “the whaling industry is in decline and the demand for meat is falling” (WDC, n.d.). Given this statement, I would support the ban of whaling worldwide. In addition, it would be difficult and costly to monitor the whaling activity that is taking place in waters where whales frequent.
In recent years, orcas, dolphins, and many other aquatic mammals, have been poorly kept captive in enclosures by Seaworld and many other marine parks; some people believe that these animals are professionally taken care of, but the reality is that marine mammals overtime will act aggressively towards humans and this can break family bonds or interaction with other marine mammals of their kind. When the first marine mammals were placed in captivity in nineteen sixty-four, people wondered to themselves if captivity of sea mammals was a good or bad idea since it seemed cruel to keep an intelligent animal in confinement; ever since people wondered about it, people, books, and documentaries like “Blackfish,” have “compellingly describes many of the reasons why keeping orcas in captivity is -- and always has been -- a bad idea” and this can be seen from the number of incidents and issues that have went public in recent years. The biggest issues with putting aquatic mammals in a small, water filled tanks include the following: these animals are rarely provided wide open
Hoggy Groggy even goes as far as saying that Foxy Loxy should “Put him out of his misery” much like how humans decide to get rid of those who stand in their way other than dealing with the issue head on (Atwood, 71). If Atwood is implying that animals are independent from humans, and that her stories are truly based on the animals and not that of human uniqueness, then she would not feel compelled to have the animals take on the roles of humans in a
Tilikum was not the only orca mentioned in the documentary but since he is well known (because of SeaWorld) caught they eye of many. Former Sealand trainers interviewed say that the park’s female killer whales would aggressively gang up on Tilikum especially when they were confined in a 20-foot-by- 30-foot pool overnight (Halverstadt). Aggressive behaviors has led to three deaths by Tilikum. Many say that this behavior comes from a aggressive side of Tilikum that is a side that doesn’t want to hurt anyone but has such a anger because he is being held captive. To be taken out of your water and away from your normal everyday living is very disturbing but what causes lots of emotions to go up is when we see that orcas are getting separated from other orcas they have lived with their entire lives or even birthed.
People don 't understand that this doesn 't just affect whales, it also effect people to because the belugas play a very important role in our ecosystem. If we don 't stop killing or hurting them right now later down the road we will pay for it. Later on in life if you start to see overwhelming amount of bad fish for an ecosystem and they are destroying it because there are no predators to keep the fish population down. Beluga whale help keep the ocean 's ecosystem healthy by eating fish and reducing the amount of fish that are bad for an environment. Belugas also are good for the deep sea because when anything dies and falls to the abyss from the topside they go through different layers of the ocean.
This shows that the grass prefers to not be cut or eaten just as the lobster did. As humans, we must eat either plants or animals to survive. If both plants and animals feel pain and show a preference to live, then how is eating one more ethical that eating the other? I believe that it is ethically permissible to kill animals and plants for food as long as we use majority of the animal / plant for practical purposes, the animal / plant is not domesticated to a point of trust that a pet would have,