For some, it can certainly be a struggle, especially if they were engaged in their previous habitat. Also, chimpanzees face the lack of their natural environment and animals to forage, which is contrary to the wild wherein foraging for food. Social interaction is extremely important, because it leads to the development of social skills. As a compromise, chimpanzees in captivity benefit from supplementary chances for manual activities, such as being occupied by rubber bands and cardboard. These stimulating activities are provided in hope to allow a similar environment like the chimpanzees in the wild.
In “The Revolt of the Elephants”, Ingrid E. Newkirk writes about the cruelty elephants go through just because humans use them as a source of entertainment. From an entertainment point of view, people do not think about what is actually done to the elephant physically and mentally because they only care about what they will see. “The Revolt of the Elephants” shows the reader the hardship we put one form of life through to give them self-awareness of what actually happens to another. Elephants are some of the best creatures of earth to have because they do not only care but remain loyal to one another. In the wild, “elephants are highly social beings; aunts babysit, mothers teach junior life skills such as how to use leaves and mud to ward off sunburn and insect bites, babies play together under watchful eyes, lovemaking is gentle and complex and elephant’s relatives mourn their dead” (485).
Summary: In the book of Shrinking the Cat by Sue Hubbell, the author examines the concept of genetic engineering and argues how genetic engineering is nothing new by providing examples of humans altering genetically the species of cats, corn, apples, and silkworms. The introduction of this book discusses the fact that humans put themselves at the top of lists of the smartest animals. Yet in this case, these lists are hardly objective because they are created by humans. The author provides the example of her very own beloved dog, Tazzie, in the situation of how Tazzie is capable of finding a bone every single time they visit the park. The author explains how intelligence or knowingness is “knowingness for some purpose” (4).
On page seven in Planet of The Apes and Philosophy, Andrews speaks of mimicry with animals and humans. She states “before Taylor uses language, not everyone is convinced by Zira’s reasoning. What one person explains by appeal to mind… Taylor, “shows a definite gift for mimicry” and he at least pretends to conclude that his explanation of Taylor’s tricks” (7). Here Taylor has done what Zira has asked him and Dr. Zaius, the orangutan in charge of the science department, does not believe what he has seen. He says it is an act of mimicry and nothing more.
reversed answers about pregnancy Katniss Peeta, no plans have been set up by her along with Katniss, namely to attract the sympathy of the audience Hunger Games. And apparently it worked. After hearing the answer delivered Peeta, the audience reacted. With a voice that overlap each other, they shouted seilah accusation to the Capitol about how cruel they are if they continue this game, given the current state of Katniss. This opportunity is an opportunity for Katniss and Peeta especially to get support from the audience who felt sorry for them, especially for Katniss.
Also, they tried to force her to kill an animal and tried to lock her in a cell. Additionally, she did not voluntarily sign up for these experiments; she was coerced by Dr. Brenner do these experiments in order to please him and receive a contorted form of affection. All in all, Stranger Things, is a Netflix original that adequately describes a human rights issue: torture. Although the torture is not readily seen, through careful and critical analysis, one is able to deduce that both Eleven and her biological mother, Terry Ives, endured a vast amount of psychological torture which is unethical and
How does Lee present Atticus in part I of the novel? Lee presents Atticus as an exceptional father who, despite the belief of the majority of Maycomb residents, chooses to respect his children, and raises them without a wife or mother to look after the children— which was frowned upon, particularly by his sister Alexandra. Lee has shaped our responses to Atticus in a positive light through the eyes of (six-to-nine year old) Scout Finch. However, the writer invites us to see Atticus in a negative way through the eyes of Mrs. Dubose, who believes he is letting his wife’s children run around like wild animals. We progressively see Scout gain more resect and admiration towards her father as the novel goes on, discovering his hidden talent at shooting,
She see her brother’s situation as an opportunity to empower herself. “This feeling sought release at every opportunity, and with it Grete now felt tempted to want to make Gregor’s situation even more terrifying, so that then she would be able to do even more for him than now” (Kafka 45). Grete selfishly cares for Gregor which explains why she gradually becomes disgusted with Gregor over the course of the tale. While caring for her brother, Grete sees this an opportunity to go beyond her social standing which led to her leading proclamation that the family must get rid of Gregor. Grete takes it upon herself to take care of Gregor further enabling him consciously.
While certain groups praise the qualities of humanity, some cultures do not teach or agree with the principles of humanity. The argument then spends a great deal of time explaining what other species of animals do. For example, in the instance of the red colobus monkey, Angier informed readers that “Males jump to the front, confronting the chimpanzee hunters while the others and offspring jump to safety”. While readers can understand the comparison between species the author is trying to make to her argument, it blurs the focus on humanity and altruism. Angier also stated, “Scientists acknowledge that the evolutionary framework for self-sacrificing acts is overlaid by individual choice”.
Like Pa , Mother, and Tam...they all care about her and accept her the way she is even though she may be a selkie and have webbed hands! Kinda like even though I may be weird which is fun! I’m also quiet as you can maybe tell but these friends still like to talk to me...which I can actually talk to them without being shy. So I relate a little bit to the play and mostly the characters Ellen and Margaret which is Ellen’s mother! Also when Ellen promised she would come back for a dance with Tam….he almost thought she wasn’t coming since she was taking so long but she did.