Other use them just to have fun and to show off. But why do people want to pet a wild, dangerous animal? And what are the negative effects of that illegal pet trade? And is there any attacks from the exotic animals? And what is the government’s role in these cases?
As many other people think, we need to stop this! But, it's not that simple. Poachers have a very good way of getting these animals. They also sell their parts on the black market. This has caused the majority of sea turtles to be endangered.
Yes 24 82.8% No 5 17.2% Do you know that this global problem is affecting everyone in the world including us and neighbouring countries? Yes 23 79.3% No 6 20.7% People hunt/poach to supply the increasing demand for people who uses items that are made from parts of the animals From some of the surveys, here are some of the benefits that we will gain from our surveyers’ point of view: “We can meat and materials from hunting and poaching. However, the loss is even more than the benefits.” “Food :)” “Nothing. It harms the environment and many other animals. ” “Nothing” “NOTHNG except "nice" clothes and bags.” “Money furniture
Imagine you are taken from your home, mother, and environment to a small cage where everybody is looking at you, taking pictures, and having fun. Your owners sell you to a bad zoo where all animals only get food sometimes and the bare cages are cold because you’re getting too expensive to feed and even take care of. This is why I take the position that zoos should be banned because they can cause Animal cruelty, Too expensive, and finding new homes. Say no to zoos! One reason why Zoos should be banned is It can cause animal cruelty.
Many countries like the United States have had over fishing crisis that have been resolved 1. Many countries such as Australia, Chile, Belize, Namibia, Denmark, and the United States, have faced similar problems but the fishing rights they have enforced have helped transform struggling fisheries. Which would be key for the lower status countries. 2. According to the Environmental Defense fund, “In the Gulf of Mexico, red snapper populations are three times what they were in 2007 when we helped reform that fishery” so if we use their methods many other countries might be able to re populate their fish.
In order to limit the number of animals on the street, shelters most euthanize animals when necessary. People will most likely riot if this were the case, so there needs to be alternative methods to limit the stray population. People support shelters, and they foster animals. That helps a little bit, but it isn’t enough to reduce the number of strays
This new policy ensures that the use of animals is permissible as long as it is approved by the necessary agencies and standards of animal welfare and care. By this law, this protects the animals from abuse from illegal animal testing. Clinical testing were filtered and sort out after the law was enforced to minimized the use of animals. Through this laws and procedures, animal testing is acquiring more positive feedback since the officials are doing something to minimized and protect them. Considering it morally, is a judgment where we have to think of the greater good and the benefits it may give the humans.
Worth billions of dollars every year, promptly following drugs, firearms, and human trafficking, animal poaching is the illegal act of slaughtering or capturing animals. Due to the approximated tens of millions of animals being poached for their fur, shells, horns, etcetera, there is a rapid decline in population, causing a myriad of species to confront endangerment and possible extinction. Furthermore, some of the most at risk animals include, but are not limited to, sea turtles, elephants, tigers, rhinoceroses, lemurs, and gorillas. This illicit trade is mainly generated by human avarice, the belief that some animal parts possess medicinal properties, and the lack of other livelihood opportunities. To place an approximated price on these
This can all have a great impact onto a owner’s health, especially if s/he is not properly informed. Besides many vaccines are going to be needed if you are planning on living a life with these types of animals. An extract from ”Do you Really Want A Baby Tiger?” written by MIa lewis affirms that, “It’s not just big cats, poisonous snakes,and chimpanzees that can be harmful—even smaller exotic pets can cause serious injuries. Exotic pets can also spread diseases to humans. In addition, many exotic pets end up on the loose in the wild.
Ocean litter is on type of marine pollution, that enters the through several different ways, like ‘at-sea’ dumping by fishing, merchant, recreational ships and cruises. Organisms are affected by the ocean base litter. Animals like fish, sea birds and other marine animals can by trapped and tangled in the litter, or they can ingest little fragments, which they think is ‘food’ (Robe Litter Survey,________). Australians use 13-14 billion drink containers every year. Although recycling makes a difference, many container still end up in beaches and oceans.
They’re also tolerant of a broad range of environmental and climatic conditions, making them able to occupy many habitats. There are concerns that cane toads are the key factor in the decline of many native species. They endanger native frogs by consuming far more prey than them, approximately 200 food items per night, causing native frogs to need to compete for their food. They also possess highly toxic chemical predator defences which can kill many native predators, such as snakes and lizards that attempt to consume them (The biological effects, including lethal toxic ingestion, caused by Cane Toads). Due to these effects on the environment, a solution to the cane toad issue is urgent.
The animal cruelty law should be updated and are being updated with the help of the American Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals organization and also the American non-profit Law organization. Animal abuse law topics range from neglect and cruelty to abuse. The definitions of animal abuse for cruelty and neglect range from not feeding the animals to intentionally doing physical harm. The laws for animal cruelty and abuse need be updated to prevent the dangers of animal cruelty. These cruelty laws should be re-written to better protect the lives of innocent animals and the possible danger to other humans who might become a future victims of these people whose abuse often transcends to the abuse of people.
Florida’s changing ecosystem Florida’s ecosystem is forever being changed as we know it. Florida’s invasive species list is rapidly growing making it more difficult for native species to compete. Every day invasive species are released in Florida 's waterways, forest, and swamps wreaking havoc on the native plant and animal life. Everyday people are able to walk into a common pet store and buy their very own python, tegu, or a lionfish perhaps. Most of the people enjoy the animal at first, but they are not prepared for the future responsibilities that follow.
Scientists may have overestimated the number of fish reaching adulthood each year, due to this more fish were caught then reached maturity. In addition, the collapse of the East Coast Fishery also revolves around the theory of destructive fishing practice. Many fishing practices can be extensively proficient at harvesting fish, but they often accidently catch non- target species, these species (also known as bycatch) are usually thrown/tossed away.