Animal testing kills and tortures millions of animals each year. One of the most ruthless and lethal test is the toxicity test. Many different cosmetic companies use toxicity test on animals to see what kind of reactions are caused by the chemicals in their products. According to the document “Easy on the Eyes” mascara testing involves applying products to animal’s eyes to determine toxicity. The toxicity test is very inhumane and usually leads to blindness and death.
Dian started the “Digit Fund” (now known as “The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International”) which was led by Digit’s massacre by poachers. Dian also founded the “Karisoke Research Center”, which continues Fossey’s work in studying Mountain Gorillas. In 1985, Dian was murdered in her cabin. Her murder still remains unsolved. She will always be remembered for dedicating her life for the study of mountain gorillas and making sure that people around the world understood the problems that they have to go through on a daily basis and hoping that it would stop the poachers from hunting these magnificent apes.
Also, animals are not getting the right amount of space. Lastly, animals are getting a disease called Zoochosis. After reading this essay You can be the judge if zoos are helpful or harmful to animals. First, zoos are harmful to animals because zoos are not giving animals a healthy diet. In the article Zoos The Historical Debate it states, “Red Pandas died after ingesting rat poison.I can 't imagine how they found the rat poison.
There have been around 150 killer whales taken to live in marine parks since the 1960’s. Today, 127 of them are dead. We need to resolve this issue: should killer whales be left to roam free in their natural habitat,or should they be held captive in marine parks? First, let’s take this into consideration. When we put orcas into captivity, we are taking a lot more away from them than we think.
I’m here today to talk about a controversial issue that has been around for a period of time, animal testing. Animal testing using animals in experiments with different chemical substances in everything from medical to cosmetic to determine their safety as well as effectiveness . It’s a problem that has existed since the 3rd and 4th centuries BCE with its merciless methods and painful ways of abusing animals for human demands, but now it’s time for it to stop. Our technology has developed significantly since; therefore, such medieval methods of torturing animals are no longer necessary. Researches have shown that each year, over 100 million animals are tortured and killed in American laboratories alone, including dogs, cats and more; this shows how far out of hand animal testing have gotten.
THE CHANGE OF THE EVERGLADES BY:EXAVION VALENTINE The presence of the Burmese python is killing the Everglades. According to Andrew Ng Burmese python are “wiping out humongous numbers of opossums, racoons, bob cats as well as many species of birds.” Florida has hosted a challenge to take down this invasive species. Clearly, the Burmese python is drawing hunters to the Everglades. According to Andrew Ng in his 2013 article, “to address the problem, the state’s Fish and Wildlife Commission is sponsoring its first ever Python Challenge.” This statement means that hunters are coming to participate in this challenge. This is important because it can get rid of the pythons in the Everglades.
In 2013, the documentary called Blackfish was released, a story about a killer whale that over the years at SeaWorld killed several people. It highlighted some of the major problems with animals in captivity. SeaWorld, known for having several different animal attractions; Dolphin Cove, Dolphin Nursery, Orca Underwater Viewing, Shark Encounter, Wild Arctic (Habitat) and many more. The organization first started with the intention of learning more about animals in order to educate the public about different behaviors of each animal. Trainers at Seaworld are offered the opportunity to get hands-on training with animals and are eventually are allowed to entertain the public with the skills they have acquired.
Frogs and koalas are both animals that are dieing. Frogs are dying because humans are invading their habitats so they can build more homes. Koalas are getting killed and that’s because people kill them for their fur. Both of those animals are being protected because too much are dying and people are trying to find ways on how to keep them alive. In order to save them people are building new habitats for them.
We should be sure not to ban an entire breed because of popular perceptions and misunderstandings. Of course, it is understandable why people might be nervous about pitbulls, and the danger they might represent. A five year review of dog attack victims admitted to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia indicated that pit bull terriers were responsible for 51% of them. Then, when attacks happen they are widely reported by the media and the stories are blown out of proportion, scaring the people who view the reports. People should always be cautious with any animal, because all animals are capable of attacking people.
Not all animal testing is of biologist trying to cure diseases though, a large part is also of medical students or biological students using them for lessons. They don’t just use the frogs like they do in movies they use rabbits, dogs, cats, and many more just to learn on. Of course we need the next geniuses to figure things out for us and future generations, but do they have to test on living animals. We can’t just find some rare species nobody has ever heard of then go test on it, because then it ends up dieing and we’ve lost a rare species. We can’t always test on living
Then the people released the Burmese python as pets in to the wild of their growth rate. It became a threat to the Florida everglades. Once these python roamed the everglades they destroyed everything. This is why people of the everglades are in so much danger. However, in the meantime of the people letting these pythons a loss in the wild it has become a danger to the ecosystem.
They have social impacts, such as their endangerment of people and domesticated pets that are unaware of the risk they pose, and the blocking of drains and fouling of swimming pools. They also pose a health hazard as they are known to feed on human faeces, which means that they can acquire human diseases, such as Salmonella, and pass them on through their eggs. They impact the economy by placing a significant strain on the financial resources of land managers because of the ongoing need for research and management. Due to the decline in bush tucker species because of cane toad consumption, such as monitor lizards, snakes and turtles can affect Aboriginal communities culturally and economically. Lastly, there are ethical issues relating to the methods of collecting, euthanasia and disposing of the toads.
Snakes can really give a shiver through people 's body. Did you know Burmese pythons can grow about 4 times your size. The Everglades is located in Florida and being taken over by big snakes. This is a bad thing because the Burmese pythons wiping out many species of animals, ten of thousands of these snakes called Burmese Pythons are living in the Everglades, and People are setting up to hunt these snakes with a grand prize of 1,000 dollars. With the snake’s owner not knowing what they were getting into when the snakes got too big they released the snakes to the wild.
So where do they get these animals? Dogs and cats may be purchased from dog pounds or puppy mills. They may be caught in the wild or animals from an overpopulated zoo. Some species were driven to near extinction. Trapping wild monkeys in India diminished entire populations of them.
So therefore, Animal testing should not occur because it is hurting the animals and making them go extinct. Animals testing is torture and bad so we should stop testing on animals . Animal testing is mean and dangerous to the animals being tested on.One example is they were trying to test different shampoos to see if any of them burned their eyes. To do this they hold them up by there feet with clips to test the shampoos. They don’t get feed or taken care of.