Thousands of animals live in rainforests all over the world, and their habitats are slowly disappearing. Zoos give animals whose habitats are disappearing another chance to survive and continue to reproduce (World Wildlife). If it weren’t for zoos and wildlife sanctuary’s many of the world beloved animals, such as the giant panda, may not be around today (Empty the Cages and Tanks! Here’s the Truth About the Lives of Animals in Captivity Versus the Wild). Preserving wildlife should be a main priority for zoos
Due to poaching, your favorite animals might be getting killed each day slowly decreasing their population, even though there are laws that are supposed to prevent this. Studies show that thousands of animals are getting killed each year and the hunters are not getting enough discipline for their actions. Though, they should not get the death penalty, they should at least get some type of restraint. Although many people think poachers should not get extreme punishment for their crimes, poaching laws should become harsher because killers are not getting enough retribution, people are wearing animals as clothes, and species are getting endangered. Some may say that poachers should not get death penalty for their crimes: however, many people do not realize that the hunters are not getting enough punishment.
Tigers are likely to go extinct. After years of saving the tigers, what danger could still exist for these creatures? In the article, “6 Reasons We Should Still Worry About Tigers Survival of The Big Cats in The Wild is Far from Guaranteed,” written by John R. Platt, he informs the reader that even though the number of tigers living in the wild has improved, humans are still threatening the tiger’s existence. All articles have their weak and strong points. This article is no exception as it too shares these two points, strong and weak.
Jurassic park should be our last priority in life. True it would be fun to seeing long 22 meter animals, but saving animals that are dying should go first. We need to do our homework before we play. We might forget tigers or birds are dying; finding a cure could help them live longer. Once we help the world then we could help are entertainment needs.
They also want to halt illegal pet trading. They work with the wildlife trade monitoring network to help governments enforce restrictions on the trade in live animals and orangutan products through the wildlife crime initiative and to help to rescue orangutans from traders. They want to reduce human orangutan encounters. They create methods to keep orangutans out of plantations as well as regional land use planning to ensure that agricultural areas are developed as far away from orangutan habitat as possible. Other organizations are trying to improve laws, educate the public, monitoring, and habitat
De-Extinction, a interesting topic that most people don’t have an opinion on. De-extinction is a process which uses the DNA of extinct animals and use a surrogate mother and father to bring back an extinct animal. Scientists are working on ways to bring back animals such as wooly mammoths and maybe even dinosaurs. This is a very hopeful topic from different points of view, and a very scary topic from others. Also, some scientists think it’s impossible for certain animals and not for others.
Amur Leopard is critically endangered because it’s hunted illegally for its beautiful fur. Their population is estimated to be about sixty individuals, they live about ten to fifteen years in the wild and twenty in captivity. People are trying to save the animal from extinction by monitoring populations, protecting their habitats, and trying to stop poaching and trade. Javan rhinos are critically endangered because of genetic diversity, natural disasters, invasive spaces, and diseases. They are only found in one protected area and there are about sixty of them left.
So, they should concern and should not involve these poor creatures as part of their scientific experiments. The following reasons will show why animals should not be used as test subjects. The most significant reason why animals should not be used as test subjects is because it will cause an imbalance in the ecosystem. Specifically, whenever scientists use animals in their test or experiments, it actually threat and increases the chance for species to extinct after a short period of time. According to Francis S. Collins in "Experiments On Animals", every year more than 100 million animal such as mice, cats, dogs, and rabbits are killed in U.S
Structure: Leg Function: To be able to move Evolutionary Change: Bottleneck Effect Explantation: Due to the bottleneck effect the forest fox will lose its genetic variation between leg size because the forest foxes with the shorter legs have a lower chance of survival because the ones with the longer legs will end up being more athletic. Also due to co-evolution with its predators like a tiger, the fox will grow legs to be able to outrun the tiger, but the tiger will also evolve to have longer legs to be able to catch the fox. This is macroevolution because all land mammals will need to have longer legs because the faster they
Putting down these animals is inhumane, yet for the wildlife’s safety and the feral cats’ own, it is imperative for their populations to decline. In order to do so, the cats must be dealt with humanely. There are over 100 million feral cats in the world, 60 million living in the U.S. These cats aren’t strays-- but they aren’t lost either. These cats were born away from human civilization, out into the wilderness.