Zoos are bad because they only care about how the people are happy with the animals and they don’t show how the animals emotions are affected and how they are not treated well, also that they don’t help the animals that need to be helped. Zoos have been proved bad by many different people and by other editors, papers, and industries. Certain animals do not do well in zoos and they are actually having to give them antidepressants to make them feel better (Stephanie Pilick/AFP / Getty). It shows that zoos are not treating animals good enough if they’re having to give them antidepressants. They are not given the attention they need, and they are also not given the thrill of being in the wild.
Some people believe that zoos are the place where wild animals can be protected from dangers, including extinction, hunting, and illness. Although this claim seems valid, who knows that those animals are feeling protected, nobody is going to feel happy of being caged in a little space. What is more, when animals cannot live in their natural environment, their lives can be in danger as bad as living in wildness. For instance, the food that the zoo feeds can be unsuitable for them and cause illnesses or even deaths. Animals live separately from its family in the zoo, and there is usually no parents who could teach them basic skills, which could help the animal to survive in the wildness.
A big problem that arises with captive breeding programs is the high number of animals in captivity. Most centers where captive breeding takes place don’t have the resources or the space to support a larger breeding program. Also captive breeding programs have a high cost to support and properly care for each animal so they consist of few animals that can’t sustain a proper breeding population. Another major disadvantage of captive breeding programs depends on the behavior of the animals that are placed under these breeding programs. People who are in charge of these centers as well at the employees who work as care takers try their best to recreate the natural habitats of these animals but sadly that cannot be accomplished completely, so due to this change in environment, the behavior of the animals also change and it has proven to be difficult to overcome these changes.
Animals do not express general feelings and one can not ask what they actually feel at the moment. People put emphasis on animal’s general health and on the rate of stress, that they may feel because of it. However, it can not be said for sure, whether the animal is happy because of the absence of stress. As a result, the question that has to be answered is whether the animals that are kept in zoos are happier that those who are in the wild. For people, it is a difficult question to be answered, as it is unbelievable cruelty to be kept in conditions, where one does not have any choice of what to do, eat, even when one can have everything that is needed.
Pet ownership is a complex, uniquely formed relationship which is not easily answered by research. With a survey by Horn and Meer (1984) verifying that for many people, loving a pet is a powerful experience, but not identifying the exact reasons for this response, one can appreciate that there is not one specific reason that a person owns a pet. Having a pet is a unique experience to each owner. When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, USA Today journalists Parker and Manning (2005) reported that pets had been a main feature of the stories of destruction that had been recounted. Distraught owners left their pets behind, while some refused to evacuate their homes without their cherished pets.
Normal citizens should not be able to keep dangerous animals as pets. It will be a big responsibility to take. It will cause dangers and diseases to the people who are around the exotic pet. The animals will need to rely on a lot of resources that may possibly be very expensive this could lead the animal neglected and malnourished. By their very nature, the animals are wild and potentially dangerous and do not adjust well to a captive environment.
Many of the methods that are used are cruel to the animal and makes them suffer. Although animal testing has helped scientists to find cures, it comes at a heavy price. Animal testing should not be allowed to continue. One of the main problems with animal testing are the methods that are used. While some methods are painless to the animal, many of them harm the animal with no relief provided to them.
Why, I haven 't any idea, besides some humans speculate it may do with “pen” having a bad connotation, as in a cattle pen or a cage. No one wants to think they’re imprisoning their infants, I bet, though I doubt the infants care as long as they’re secure, fed, and happy. Like nearly all child gadget or parenting techniques, debates have raged over whether or not parents need even to use the playpen/yard in any respect. “It will cause overlook and studying disabilities,” the naysayers have claimed. Um…yeah, if you
They are just suffering and us humans don’t understand how training them to do things like that; it is difficult for them to learn those curtain moves. Also, James Nolen said “If there is a natural disaster they couldn’t get all the animals out in time.”. All
Secondly, by producing a viral video that depicts the life of a farm animal. And lastly, by having talks with various celebrities that youths are interested in. Preface PETA advertisements are known to be controversial and have explicit content which may potentially shun people away from the organisation. PETA hopes to influence people to care more about animals and their plight (“All about PETA”). Singapore is a conservative country, as a result, many advertisements that contain explicit content are not allowed to be shown to the public.