Animal influence Gorilla by Anthony Browne and Kensuke’s kingdom by Michael Morpurgo are two books that have made huge impact on both readers and critics. Even though they are meant for a completely different audience, they have a lot in common. Especially animals. Animals hugely impact both of the child protagonists in these stories. Hanna in Gorilla, by a gorilla, and Michael in Kensuke’s kingdom, by his dog.
I say any zoo is bad for animals. Another example in this article Kids Stand Up for Animals in Captivity from PETA Kids is when the enclosures or cages get too expensive ,so they take some of the toys away,branches, and food. In a couple months they have nothing but concrete and bars while people stare at them. This shows that maybe it makes the animals sad or get so stressed out they sometimes hit the bars,glass, and even the concrete. Lastly they get taken away from their cages and zoo friends into a new zoo.
This gragh shows that 27 out of 34 students are against. Mabye zoos just dont work out the way we want it to. My last reason is they don't have a choice to be at the zoo the zookeepers just grab them and take them away without saying goodbye to their family. You may say that there are tours where people go in a jeep and see the animals. That isn't bad because they don't get taken from their home.
Many people have memories of visiting The Zoo as a child. Watching the gorillas, tigers and many other animals was a long awaited thrill. Feeding the giraffes caused one to jump up and down with excitement; now, picture all this suddenly disappearing. What if all this thrill and excitement were to be confined to just an image searched on the Internet, just because such animals became extinct? Unfortunately, this picture might not be far from becoming our reality.
Whenever a person signs up for the military, they know what they’re getting into. Humans also know that there are risks such as getting injured and dying. However, animals do not about that. They are forced into working, and don’t know the
Why do people even argue about getting rid of zoos? There is no question about getting rid of zoos. I can remember when i went to the zoo for the first time, I learned so much about animals. Can you remember your first time? Is there any reason to shut down zoos?
700,000 animals are captured and put into zoos each year. Just think about the number of lives we are ruining day by day. Firstly animals should be able to roam around freely, not be behind bars when their lives have just begun. Humans may see them as a treat, but they deserve the equality humans are been given. Imagine waking up to nothing but lifeless animals and cages till the eye can see.
Peter and Pavel had no idea that a night of celebrating would turn into a night of death. They had thrown a groom and his bride over the side of their sledge in order to lighten the load and escape the wolves. Cather’s story even states, “Pavel and Peter drove into the village alone, and they had been alone ever since. They were run out of their village. Pavel's own mother would not look at him.” This statement even shows how betrayed the town had felt towards the two men who threw a couple to their death.
Throughout the book Of Mice and Men, loneliness impacts the characters Candy, Crooks, and Curly’s wife. In Of Mice and Men, a character who endures loneliness is Candy. Throughout the book, Candy is suffering from old age. Around the farm, all he can do is sweep because he lost his right hand in a ranch accident. Candy’s physical disability limits him to making only thirty dollars on the farm.
There were over 200 sheeps killed until one of them was the survivor, Dolly. Many of these animals died just because of the ambition of science. The world should start considering any form of cloning as cruelty. Many of the citizens in the world are uneducated about the negative impact that cloning could have on our society. Under no circumstance a human-being should be murdered for his additional parts.