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.
Jurassic Park and Jurassic World both display the harmful effects of not following the principles of ethics. With the lack of security and knowledge, it portrayed how a historical, once extinct creature can be very harmful to humans. Also, these movies portray how dinosaurs should not be treated as an attraction just to receive more money and reviews. They are big, dangerous, carnivores that should not be genetically
A lot of farmers hunt as a way to be able to protect their crops because animals will totally destroy a farmer’s crop. Wildlife really does not care what kind of crop it is, from hay for livestock to produce for the people; all they see is a source of food for their consumption. If the United States let the animal population grow out of control it would hurt everyone, because the wildlife would totally destroy the entire crop that farmers grow. With all these crops being destroyed people would not be able to find produce, feed for their livestock, and a lot of people would be out of work. Hunting also prevent unnecessary injures like car accidents, but others believe without hunting that there would be less of these injuries.
Although this is considered a criminal offence, the people of Cedar Ridge didn’t care. To this day nobody knows who committed this crime and nobody wants to fess up about it although there are rewards involved. She argues that the Prairie dogs “Create diversity. Destroy them, and you destroy a varied world.” (Pg 87) I agree with this statement just because I feel like every animal was put on earth to serve a purpose. It isn’t fair that people are murdering animals just because they don’t want them on their property.
The article taught me about the problems associated with coal mining. However, “To Dance with the Devil” did not have any personal relevance to me. I am not acquainted with anyone who has experience with the coal mining industry, but the information did make me think somewhat. This text made me consider the lengths to which governments will go to order to achieve financial gain and how they can be driven by greed. Also, I became aware of the fact that something can be economically beneficial to the government, but it can have severe impacts on the environment and surrounding communities.
Being a citizen meant leaving what other life they had in the former countries, meaning these people had nowhere to go. Getting kicked out of one 's home is the most undesirable thing a family faces. Being kicked out of the US wasn’t all, but before getting kicked out Anglo, Mexican Americans were taking all of the hard jobs nobody wanted. When the depression hit, depression was even worse for Mexicans. Anglo 's were
I think that cloning is bad, because you can 't bring back animals personalities it can only bring back animals’ in physical form not mentally, it can neither improve society because of the amount of money cloning uses and when they do succeed the world may not have a stable economy and therefore have no use with clones, and it can be considered animal cruelty because of the amount of animals that die in the process. It cannot bring back a beloved pet’s personality nor save animals other that bring them back. As it states in the article `cloning animals pros and cons´ “Although your precious dog or cat has been brought to life, there is no guarantee that it will have the same personality as your lost loved one.”This means that cloned pets most likely will not have the same personalities. And that if your pet cat died, that it would only be the same physically“This process only clones the muscles, bones and genetic makeup of your favorite animal, but not its traits or personality says the arthur of the article. (his/her name will be arthur)¨ It would be as if that person got a new pet, not like the old one came back.
To begin with, trophy hunting should not be legal because the animals should be protected. According to the article Africa’s Uneasy Neighbors, “Cecil was in a protected area in a national park in Zimbabwe and was lured.” The text goes to state that Cecil hunt wasn’t a fair hunt. In the text it states, “Waiting was a dentist from Minnesota who paid more than $50,000 for the chance to kill an African lion.” This evidence proves that trophy hunting is very bad and should be illegal. Secondly, trophy hunting should not be legal because it is harmful to endangered species. According to Africa’s Uneasy Neighbors, “Africa has lost up to 60 percent wild animals in the past 40 years.” For another example, “Some guides illegally take hunters to into protected areas or lure the animals out as in a case of Cecil.” This evidence proves that trophy hunting
No way! Big game hunting should NOT be allowed. It can cause extinction, and can leave some animals with no habitats due to humans taking over their land. Big game hunting causes many different negative things to happen, but on of those negative things is that it can cause extinction. Currently, elephants are endangered because humans are selfish and want to take their ivory tusks.
Is there any reason to shut down zoos? There is no sign of abuse to zoo animals.Zoos should be left open. Zoos can help endangered species population grow.There has been many problems with animals going extinct to were many places put laws down to help the animals recover. These laws still don't help because some people don't listen. What are we going to do to help the animals?