Since the majority of animals used in biomedical research are killed during or after the experiments, and since many suffer during the studies, the lives and wellbeing of animals are routinely sacrificed for poor research that won’t even help find a treatment for humans. Paul Furlong, Professor of Clinical Neuroimaging at Aston University (UK), declares,"It 's very hard to create an animal model that even equates closely to what we 're trying to achieve in the human." Thomas Hartung, Professor of evidence-based toxicology at Johns Hopkins University, also joined in on the argument asking for alternatives to animal testing because "we are not 70 kg
First, these animals are dangerous and they can end up attacking their owners. Secondly, these animals are born in the wild, and are meant to remain in the wild because they will have enough exercises, and get the right food. In addition, chimpanzees and tigers are unpredictable and they can end up attacking their owners or anyone near them. Therefore, people should not be allowed to keep exotic animals like chimpanzees or tigers as pets due to the severity of the issues they can cause, and the problems they have with their owners. Therefore, keeping exotic animals should be banned completely because, the number of injuries and diseases reported to be caused by exotic animals are on the rise, and the death tallies are even much
Every year, animals in the wild are becoming closer to extinction because of hunters and other predators. When wild animals live in a zoo, they are protected from many harmful thing that could have killed them if they were living in the wild. Though many might argue, keeping animals locked in a cage all of there life would ruin their own protective instincts because they are being hovered, it would still protect the animals from becoming extinct. Therefor, keeping animals in a zoo would be better for their
Furthermore, the furious and stressful elephants may also cause injury or even death either to the people in charge of zoos, visitors or even to the animals themselves. As such, there are regulations to protect people and especially animals from such risk. There is Tort Law and also The Animal Welfare Act 2006. Tort Law governs liability of management of a premise such as the zoo. Negligence and occupier’s liability is the main branch of tort law which is the most relevant to accidents in zoos.
In the wild, animals have a high risk to die from many dangers, for example, the predator, habitat loss, and human hunting. On the other hand, they are protected from the dangers and safe in a captivity that zoos provide. An example of this is the only one Pinta giant tortoise in the world, George, was kept in San Diego Zoo safely for 40 years (Galapagos Conservancy Organization). Equally important, zoos can also protect animals from some factors that generally occur in a wild, such as the weather and climate change. Animals in zoos, such as the seals and sea lions are protected from both the cold in the winter and heat in the summer.
The topic is "Discuss some of the arguments for and against the conservation of animals in zoos". This is an important topic, but it should not be taken lightly because of its complexity. Many peoples know that opinions about this type of question can be diverse and numerous, because for a large part of people on earth the arguments are against, in the sense to enclose or keep animals in the zoos is a kind of Imprisonment And that anyway these animals are overdue and afterwards for the other party, having them in the zoos is a good idea, somehow a chance to see, to have access to rare animals such as bears, the Tigers. .. that one is accustomed to seeing on television more closely and to know more about their way of life. Method For the development of this questionnaire, I
What if you were a trainer at SeaWorld and you were the one who got attacked? Do you think animals should be in captivity? Animal captivity has become a serious and dangerous problem all over the globe, for example, being used as breeders also, zoos claiming that they are helping species re- enter the wild through breeding in captivity but there efforts have been initiated by government not zoos. Lastly, taking babies from their parents. Some people think it is okay for animals to be kept up in a cage for most of their lives, other think it should be banned.Although animals in captivity may lead to people providing for their families and making a living, the animals deserve better lives in their natural habitats than in cages miserable, deprived,
It threatens the survival of endangered species and causes a life of misery and agony for many animals because the trade is so lucrative to poachers. Another type of animal cruelty is neglect. This abuse usually happens to the animals in the zoo, the animals with irresponsible
The question of the necessity of zoos is extremely controversial nowadays. There are many people who advocate for replacing them with sanctuaries as they believe money spent on keeping wild animals captive might have been used for conserving them in wild. Others are concerned that zoos serve not only for people's pleasure but for preserving and keeping populations that otherwise would go extinct. There are sufficient arguments for both points of view, expressed in various articles that are dedicated to the significant topic. “Do elephants belong in zoos?” by Jeffrey P. Cohn and “Eight reasons why zoos are good for conservation” by James Borrell are the examples of such articles.
The Philippines is well-known for its highest rate of endemism. It is evident that animals in the country need protection and care. Unfortunately, unique species are under threat of hunting, logging and development. The degradation of land caused harm of these puny species which became highly risky for endemic animals. The current situation of animal welfare of the state is indeed a challenge for animal advocates as well as to the government.