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.
They could get lonely and bored and do something to get out and hurt innocent bystanders they could get out of control just because you and your workers are keeping them from being in a place that has their natural surroundings. About the training don’t you think you should end that because if they get overwhelmed they could hurt your workers and that would lead to bad publicity for your zoo. Sindee C. said “Captive animals are deprived of everything that is natural and important to them, and as a result, they become bored and lonely and many even suffer from a condition called “zoochosis.” that’s bad for an animal to have that, and they don’t have medicine at the moment to help that condition. It is worse if the mama of the babies in this environment and live in a way what they don’t know anything they need to know if you let them go back into their natural habitat. The zoo feeds the animals you already have and feed them to natural predators, that’s wrong killing one of your own animals just to feed the big predators.
Zoos, aquariums and circus violate animal rights and should be shut down Humans have an insatiable hunger for watching animals. Every year, millions of people go zoos, aquariums and circus on to enjoy watching kinds of animals. According to Encarta ( 2003), humans maintained big collections of the animal from the past until now. They were not zoos in this sense. Typically, these ancient collections were not exhibited in public parks, or they were maintained for other purposes.
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 your getting too expensive to feed an deven 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. Do you want to do this? Probably not.
Although zoos are fun to visit, animals should not be held in captivity because the breed can become overpopulated, they do not know how to survive on their own, and they are being abused. While it is true that some species are going extinct; animals in zoos, however, can become overpopulated sending animals to their deaths. According to an article by One Green Planet, the text states that “Surplus animals can also be animals that the zoo no longer finds profitable, cubs that were a big hit the year before might be replaced by newer, younger animals. Since zoos are not responsible for lifetime care of animals, they can get rid of the animals who are no longer profitable or useful” (The Shocking Truth About What Happens to ‘Surplus’ Zoo Animals, One Green Planet). This shows that zoos will sell their animals to their death to gain business.
In 10%of zoos, animals are been torchered and abused till the extent it is life taking. The animals who live in zoos are kept in enclosures that don’t allow them to live their lives in a natural way. Zoo animals live in the same enclosure day after day monotonous. This needs to be dealt with or animals will be known for zoos to be their natural habitat in the future. Just think about the number of animals that were in the wilderness years ago and view the number today.
So to protect these animals, we’ve created zoos and nature parks for the animals, but are both of them really benefiting the animals? Although they may seem to keep them safe from being hurt, it’s taking them away from their home. To start off, We need to make animals feel safe and not put them though pressure or force them to live in a secluded their entire life. That reason being; because Zoos don’t really protect the animals mindsets, Nature may be better for them but we can’t force animals to mate, and we need to stop hunting endangered species. Zoos might help with protecting these endangered animals, but it turns their mind into something else.
Zoos can help us learn about animals and help endangered species grow in population. Without zoos how will we ever be able to get close to a wild animal and learn about their natural habitat? If a animal is about to go extinct then how could we help them while they are being hunted? A zoo is a great way to hold endangered species so they don’t go extinct, and you can adopt a animal and give the zoo money to help them.All of this show that zoos should not be closed. Many people may still disagree but they should agree because zoos can save a animals
“Hold back the abuse,” “Someone needs to demand actions,” “The circus abuses animals,”- these may all be phrases that one has heard countless times. However, people 's actions prove otherwise. In fact from the United States, the circus receives roughly 10.36 million people every day (The Statistics Portal). This includes families that take their young children to watch these shows for “entertainment”, not knowing the amount of damage these performances cause to these innocent animals performing. The commonly expected effects that have ensued in the cause of animals in the circus living in a state of depression include violent addressing and the removal of animals from their natural habitat.
Exploitation is an act or action that is selfish and will only bring benefit to the exploiter. Animal exploitation is being practiced all over the world. Animals are being beaten and mistreated. Countless numbers of animals are dying each year because of the cold-hearted people who do not treat them right. “Of 1,880 cruelty cases reported in the media in 2007: 64.5% (1,212) involved dogs, 18% (337) involved cats, and 25% (470) involved other animals”.