David Andrews, Everglades National Park director states, “this program is what has paid for all of the pythons to be removed from the Everglades National Park area. Without the funding, the pythons would continue to over populate and decrease the mammal population even further. It would also allow the pythons to continue preying on the endangered species in the area until they could possibly become extinct.” Scientist are especially worried about the overpopulation of these snakes because of the diminishing population of animals. All of which led to the decrease of native trees, plants and fish-eating birds. It is also feared by local officials that it is only a matter of time before the snakes harm a visitor at the Everglades National Park.
Pet owners say that they will take care of their pets no matter what. Bilger’s argument is that people’s love for their pets has gone too far. Although Bilger is incorrect because some people use the money to help their pets, he is primarily correct because people spend their money on stuff their pets don’t need and how some pets are forced to endure more than they have to. I concede that bilger is wrong because In “The Last Meow” the Leverings were willing to spend 15,000 dollars on their cat Lady to help her. Shawn Levering said “If Lady comes through this thing alive, I won’t think about it twice.” In other words after the surgery was done and lady was alive and well he would not mind that he spent 15,000 dollars on his cat.
Nowadays debris is an integral part of humanity life. Mankind thinks about how to make the product easier and cheaper to use, but nobody cares what happens with waste after it was used. We contaminate the environment with every decade increasingly: muddied air and water, global warming are an output of human life. The worst thing is that from such attitude other living beings are dying. Millions of animals and birds cannot withstand such environmental changes; their populations become smaller and, eventually, disappear altogether from the face of the earth.
In the article, “The Last Meow,” by Burkhard Bilger argues that people are spending a lot of money on their pets rather than spending it the right way. It is estimated Americans spend billions of dollars a year on veterinary care.Bilger believes our love affair with our pets and spending on animal has gotten out of control . American spend nearly three times as much as federal government spends on welfare grants.Although pet care is very important , I agree with Bilger that this has gotten out of control because pet owner spent humorous amount of money for their pet unnecessary things, pet owners are giving the life and luxury to their pets and many pets do not get the services some pet’s get.Also,pets are bear more than their natural burden of human love.
Gorillas may be considered ‘gentle giants’ but they should still be considered dangerous animals due to their size and strength. The director of the Cincinnati Zoo said that anyone who questioned the zoo’s decision didn’t understand that “you can’t take a risk with
If you have ever volunteered at a no-kill shelter, you constantly hear, ‘I came here because you don’t kill the animals.’ In the website, “Ten Reasons to Consider No Kill Shelters,” it concludes, “Other people go only to adoption guarantee shelters because traditional shelters make them feel guilty and depressed.” From past experience, I personally don’t enjoy going into a traditional shelter because I know what they do to the animals if there is too many them. This all shows that no-kill shelters boost adoption. And lastly, no- kill animal shelters are profitable to us by creating a charitable mission. This means that we actually benefit by helping out with sparing the lives of pets as much as possible. In relation to the text, “Mattie’s Fund,” which states, “By saving all of the healthy and treatable cats and dogs, adoption guarantee shelters are able to fulfill their life saving mission.” To top that off, when you do something good for someone else, you feel good- same concept with animals.To sum up, no- kill shelters create a charitable
“Farmers get more money for turkeys with enlarged breasts. They thus breed the animals to be so heavy that their bones cannot support their weight.” This means money is more of a view for the farmers and they do not care much about the entirety of the animal. Illnesses were bad about 90 years ago when this industry started, but they are getting so much worse some of the illnesses these animals have to go through would include forms of cancer, respiratory diseases, heart attacks, and much more. These stresses that we put on the animals are much more than what us humans can say we have ever been threw. Maybe if we considered what we are doing to the animals murder than would things be
The use of pesticides and the destruction of their natural habitats are killing bees, despite these being fairly solvable issues. Awareness of this issue has been getting larger, but so has the threat of the bee’s extinction. Many still have no idea how people can help their declining population. Saving the bees is an important and urgent cause because of the nutritional, economical, and medicinal benefits they provide us with and the increasing threat of their demise. Although it is unknown to many, bees are the workers behind the making of a lot of food and money.
How can To Kill a Mockingbird still not be relevant when people are still continually buying the book and bringing it into their life. A personal example that I have would be that people are naming children and pets after the characters in To Kill a Mockingbird. According to the article is To Kill a Mockingbird Still Relevant Today said “To Kill a Mockingbird is not just a classic, but it remains as popular among today 's readers as it was 50 years ago.” (Westport) If people were trying to get the novel out of school systems because it still isn’t relevant why would they still be buying the book almost as much as people were years and years ago. Also according to the same article “It was the best selling book 50 years ago and nothing really has changed. Or at least people still carry the book out into their lives and many even without reading the book or watching the movie know what the book is about.” (Westport) People may be consistently trying to get the book out of their lives but people are also constantly bringing the book into their lives so what would the good be out of trying to take away this book because it isn’t relevant
In addition, as mentioned in class, natural selection does not appear just because an individual species needs it. Natural selection only works on variations that are already within the organism (Linden 2016: lecture 2). For example, infanticides in gorillas. The infanticide genes are passed on and this bad trait just kept getting passed on until the non infanticide species are gone or extinct and eventually these infanticides gorillas will eventually kill off its own kind. Also as the population of individuals with higher fecundity increase, their demand for resources also increases which could lead to the depletion of resources, therefore leading to the end of their existence.