“Goody Proctor is a gossiping liar,” (12). Abigail views Elizabeth as an obstacle between her and John and in act 2 Abigail tries to murder Elizabeth. “He has lifted the poppet’s skirt and his eyes widen in astonished fear,” (74) Cheever is horrified by the discovery of a needle in the belly of Mary Warren’s poppet. The needle in the poppet represents murder and Mary admits that Abigail sat beside her as she made the poppet. Clearly trying to kill someone for personal gain can not be denied as satanic work, but while Abigail did fail, using Mary as her pawn is still evil in its own right.
“The world of Zootopia is one with no humans. All animals live together in basic tolerance. Predators have had the savagery bred out of them, so a lion can be near a sheep.” Judy was able to change the way the other animals viewed each other and attempted to diminish prejudice. Judy advocated on everyone loving and accepting one another saying “just because he happened to be a fox,” it does not mean anything (Hoffman). Judy, a bunny who proved to be more than just a carrot farmer, shows children that they can do whatever they want to do with their life.
In Arthur Miller 's play The Crucible, false accusations and fear are used to imprison and kill many people accused of being witches. In this way, The Crucible stands as an allegory for McCarthy 's communist hunt, during which many people were also killed and imprisoned due to accusations of communism. By comparing McCarthyism to the Salem Witch Trials, Miller is able to communicate that people should not conform to societal trends because these trends may be misleading and cause innocent people to get hurt. Many characters in The Crucible serve as allegories to McCarthy 's communist hunt, specifically Abigail Williams, Giles Corey, and Betty Parris. Abigail is indirectly compared to McCarthy at many points throughout the play.
He passed away trying to help animals and that’s the only way he would have liked to go; “I have no fear of losing my life – if I have to save a koala or a crocodile or a kangaroo or a snake, mate, I will save it” (BrainyQuote, 2016). Through the help of Steve Irwin’s family, his visions and reams continue to impact the lives of many. His daughter Bindi has her own show, ‘Bindi the Jungle Girl’ that is about raising awareness of the protection of animals (TV.com, 2016). Furthermore, his son Robert has been involved in some of the shows performed at the Zoo; wrestling crocs, handling snakes, training of birds and feeds numerous animals (Australia Zoo, 2016). Each member of his family are a part of his dream and continue to carry on his dream, to protect animals and the environment.
They hunt down their food every season. It can be shot easily by the hunters. On the other hand, the tamarins live in the tropical rain-forest. They could hide in the trees when poachers are coming to capture them, and they can sell them to illegal animal markets for a high price. They have a better chance of survival, because they are being reintroduced into their natural habitat to survive independently in the wilderness.
Zoos and aquariums are institutions that capture live animals and keep them in cages or large enclosures for public exhibition. To this day, zoos and aquariums are not banned, but that has not stopped people from fighting for the freedom and rights of animals. The debate between whether zoos and aquariums should banned or not has become an ongoing issue and still is today. Although zoos and aquariums do contribute to the economy, they should be banned because animals in captivity suffer from starvation and health issues, often die prematurely, and can easily cause harm to people due to be kept in confined areas. Many people argue that zoos and aquariums are beneficial because they contribute a great amount of income to the economy.
For close to the first ten years of their lives, baby orangutans maintain incredibly intense relationships with their mothers. During these years, the mother and juvenile are in constant contact; the babies become permanent fixtures on their mother’s bodies, clutching their caretakers at all times. This period of nonstop apprenticeship prepares the orangutan to lead a more solitary adult life. Adult males are the only truly solitary orangutans, spending most of their time traversing across the forest and foraging for food on their own. Their roaming range is typically at least 40 square kilometers.
You call yourself an animal lover but no real animal lover would stand for the mistreatment in zoos. Imagine you are running through the forest with all your brothers and sisters with your mom watching closely from behind, but then with a crash you are awoken, the crash was just another zookeeper throwing you your daily meal of steak and anti depressants you
As even though there’s many cases of animals being harmed and mistreated by zoo personal, there’s just as many cases of the animals being treated with love. [research about all the good zoos do for animals]. Illnesses that befall the animals, that would otherwise kill them if they were in the wild, can get treated almost immediately with veterinarians and nurses that work for zoos. Feeding the animals is also a prime concern for zoos so starvation isn’t as common in zoos as it is in the wild. Zoo animals also are safe from natural predators and hunting that occurs in the wild.
Hunting, breeding, and exploring are all taken away when animals are captured for zoos (Parker). All of these stories can show one the behind the scenes of zoos and aquariums. The zoos do not have to be cruel but some choose to be. On the other hand, there are beautiful places out there for animals to be safe and comfortable. The cruelty needs to be stopped so that animals do not have to be in pain anymore.