Summary Of James Patterson And Michael Ledwidge's Zoo

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In Zoo, James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge show the arrogance, selfishness, and one-sidedness of humans. Nobody will listen to Oz's well backed-up theory called HAC (Human-Animal Conflict). The theory of HAC is too appalling and changing to the human way of life that it simply is condemned. Oz goes to Botswana to investigate further about HAC. He disclosed information that should have convinced everyone of HAC, but nobody wanted it to be true so it was ignored. Towards the end of the book when HAC is a huge, global problem, Oz finally convinces the president to do something about HAC. The temporary solution to HAC is found but it is censured because it takes away one of the humans greatest and most powerful objects. The humans are too arrogant,

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