Summary: Do Animals Need A Bill Of Rights

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Do animals need a “Bill of rights”? The Bill of Rights is a collective names for the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, guaranteeing such rights as the freedoms of speech, assembly, and worship.guaranteeing such rights as the freedoms of speech, assembly, and worship. In my opinion, animals should not have a Bill of Rights. For instance, Jeremy Rifkin Stated “In nature, animals naturally kill and eat each other. If the hawk does not care about the feelings of the rabbit that it eats, why should humans be any different?”. I agree, animals are part of nature and do not live forever. Animals have their own food reproduction, natural habits and the way of living like us humans. Making this a law will go against human culture because, animals would be free to live their lives to the fullest. Raising their young, enjoying their native environments. In the film Food Inc, it’s main focus…show more content…
Animals having rights will change medical research, for example, If we do not have animals to experiment on to cure cancer, positive medicine for illness or disease then the death rate will go up. Testable Samaniego 1 products that a person uses on a daily bases such as, make-up, skin products, hair products, etc. Experiments can also be a good use to animals, “a 300 pound gorilla named koko was taught sign language and has mastered more than 1,000 signs and understands several thousand english words.” That being said, animals can be a helpful use for many things, making the world a better place. However, animals have sympathy to us but can also turn on you unexpectedly. In the documentary “Blackfish”, a professional trainer named Dawn Brancheu was attacked by a whale. Dawn was a popular girl not only at work but also in the community. Shocking everyone of her fans and friends. We all have to understand that we can not have our full trust on animals, why? animals or most commonly, pets will get

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