He used traps every time to catch the monkeys when he should have tried to become friends with them at first. He also hurt the monkeys, so that made the monkeys not trust him to help them. In the last chapters of the book the monkeys saw that Jay was good and he did not want to hurt them, so they did trust him. Even though Jay berry lee became friends with the monkeys at the end of the book, the friendship between the monkeys and Jay was not good in the beginning of the book because Jay was using traps to catch the monkeys and
The animals in the zoos were not willing to be taken from the wild just to sit in cages. Tourism has made zoos very profitable for the close interaction with the animals. Although from the other side of the cage the animals look fine but truly they are terrified. Tiger cubs are often taken from there mothers only after a few months. Customers will pay a high price to hold, pet, photograph these young animals.
When you were little you might of dreamed of owning a pet tiger, monkey, bear, or some other crazy animal. Maybe you begged and begged your parents and finally one day they said maybe with the intention to never get you that crazy animal, but of course you didn 't know about that last part. However today it seem like it not just the kids who want exotic pets. Adults want this type of pet too, and if they actual have the money to get one, it turns out you can have a tiger as a pet. Take that mom and dad!
Despite the fact that the hunting of tigers is extremely illegal, poachers still risk it because of how much money they can make. One tiger split into all of its different parts can sell for over $70,000 on the black market. This is mostly because many tiger parts are believed to have miraculous medicinal uses in traditional remedies, even though science has proved otherwise. People also use tiger parts as symbols of strength, from a tiger pelt as a rug to a necklace strung with tiger teeth and claws. Nearly every tiger part has some sort of spiritual use in Chinese culture, and a lot of people are willing to break the law for their traditions.
They do not seem to care about other people’s feelings and only try to seek attention. Kipling writes “The monkeys never fight unless they are a hundred to one.” (44). Here you can see how weak and cowardly the Bandar-log ar. In my opinion they are cowards because the when they fight a hundred to one they are cheating because a hundred is much stronger than one. If they do not get what they want, which is attention, then they hurt one of their own and leave it for dead, so it seems like they do not care for each other either.
Meerkats in captivity are often put under massive amounts of stress, which causes mental disorders. Meerkats that live in captivity rarely reproduce, because they are separated from their opposite gender. Meerkats in the wild make their own tools and toys, but while in captivity they do not get that opportunity. Wild Meerkats live a happier and healthier lifestyle. It is safer for meerkats to live out their lives in the wild rather than to remain in captivity and face the possibility of obesity, mental illnesses, and the inability to use there curious brains to make
If you haven’t figured out their habits quite yet and why silverfish extermination can be so difficult, here’s a bit about their lifestyle that makes them hard to control, especially if you are dealing with a large population. Silverfish don’t transfer diseases to people or a pet but that doesn’t make them easier to live with. Even so, who wants the fear and embarrassment of having scaly insects crawling all over your home when you have guests over? In fact, who wants silverfish making you home their happy abode even if nobody is there other than you? The answer is probably nobody.
In Africa, a village of the name Sankuyo earned $600,000 from the 120 animals that were allowed to be victims of trophy hunting(Onishi). Without trophy hunting, there will not be as much money owned by these African villages and the villages will slowly decline to poverty. To add to this argument, lions have been seen entering the villages, where the ban has been placed, to find food because they would normally eat the elephant carcusses left by trophy hunters. The people of these villages are claiming to be poisoning those animals who trespass in order to save their own crops. Are humans really that much more important than these innocent animals?
In other ways Manuel is like the brown grass: he is unhappy and feels exposed.There is also another piece of symbolism supporting the theme.Soto also writes “This is not fun at all. Everyone was just sitting there. Some people were moving to the beat, but most were just watching him, like they would a monkey at the zoo.”Soto writes this to symbolise how manuel is worried about how people perceive him.He didn 't like other people watching him and being focused on just him.All throughout “La Bamba” Manuel is always worried about how others perceive him in one way or another when he shouldn 't and he should just be ignore how others
The character of Monkey in a similar way strived for prestige, but in honor rather than in physical possessions such as in Gilgamesh. A central issue found in the beginning of the novel, is the undeniable abuse of power given to Monkey. In the beginning of chapter III, Monkey berates the Dragon kings into giving him their finest armor as well as their most powerful sword in order to simply “get rid of him”, in which he rudely responds with how they are nothing but “dirty old sneaks” (37). Unfortunately for the rest of the universe, this is only the first of several situations in which everyone undermines the extent of Monkey’s power and prowess in both magic and manipulation. Another instance of the universe undermining Monkey, can be later seen in the battle scenes between Monkey and Vaisravana in chapter IV.