Imagine you are taken from your home, mother, and environment to a small cage where everybody is looking at you, taking pictures, and having fun. Your owners sell you to a bad zoo where all animals only get food sometimes and the bare cages are cold because you’re getting too expensive to feed and even take care of. This is why I take the position that zoos should be banned because they can cause Animal cruelty, Too expensive, and finding new homes. Say no to zoos!
Humanity is paying to see animal abused in front of massive crowds that include children, adults, and elderly of all ages. The community views animals as entertainment and feels that it is acceptable to have living things trapped in cages throughout most of their lives. Even though society believes zoos carry a positive effect to animals; however, they cause mammals to develop severe health problems, they change wildlife behavior, and they financially struggle. Living creatures in captivity develop severe health issues due the fact that space becomes limited and natural habits cannot be mimicked to ensure maximum well-being. An example of this is when The Alaska Zoo was struggling to care for Maggie, a 4 ton elephant under the supervision of many.
Imagine you are taken from your home, mother, and environment to a small cage where everybody is looking at you, taking pictures, and having fun. Your owners sell you to a bad zoo where all animals only get food sometimes and the bare cages are cold because your getting too expensive to feed an deven take care of. This is why I take the position that zoos should be banned because they can cause Animal cruelty, Too expensive, and finding new homes. Do you want to do this? Probably not.
It is worse if the mama of the babies in this environment and live in a way what they don’t know anything they need to know if you let them go back into their natural habitat. The zoo feeds the animals you already have and feed them to natural predators, that’s wrong killing one of your own animals just to feed the big predators. They don’t know why you took them into the zoo they don’t even know why they were taking them into the zoo. Some zoos in your area don’t even have real kind of animals they just paint it on to make it look like the animal. That’s not fair to the animal or to the kid and the kids
The fact that zoos are dangerous to the animals that inhabit them is hard to believe, but it is very easy to prove, as you just realized. One look at the animals in a zoo is all it takes to realize that the animals that live there are in jeopardy. Although zoos are closely regulated, zoos are harmful to the the animals that inhabit them because the animals are forced to live in harmful environments and constricted in cages, they are given drugs to calm them that can negatively affect their health, and the animals can be harmed by people. Zoos can be harmful to animals of all shapes and sizes, but the first reason zoos are considered harmful is due to the constricted areas that the animals are limited to. In an Indonesian zoo, the Subaraya Zoo, a recent death of an endangered Sumatran Tiger has drawn attention to the various questionable deaths caused by this zoo, in fact “[n]early a hundred
This is exactly how animals held captive in zoos and aquariums feel. Zoos generally hold a variety of animals for public display, also known as “zoological parks.” On the other hand, aquariums and marine mammal parks also known as “sea-parks,” hold fish and amphibians. These parks that exhibit animals are inhumane and barbaric. Vulnerable creatures are being abused daily and few seem to care about this issue because it is an issue in which animals cannot advocate for themselves.
Is it acceptable to put the lives of creatures in harm for the help of humans? Or to lock them in cramped areas and test on them constantly to benefit us, but cause their lives to become worse? Locked in tiny cages these animals are denied the ability to roam free in an effort to solve health issues of the human race. Every year over 100 million of the animals experimented on die in the laboratories due to this experimentation that supposedly helps to find cures for humans. These cures scientists are finding aren’t even aimed to help animals, and they live horrible lives as a result of these confining living spaces in addition introduction to diseases they wouldn’t naturally develop.
In 2012 a tiger escaped his enclosure in the Cologne zoo and killed a zookeeper before being shot dead, while another tiger in the Czech Republic escaped and mauled three zookeepers. Bulls, limas, peacocks, gorillas, chimpanzees and in one case two tigers are just some of the animals that have recently made their attempt for freedom by trying to escape. One of the main arguments for the existence of zoos is that they help to protect endangered species. But this is not true.
I think that zoos should not be allowed because they need the freedom to roam around without boundaries of zoo walls. Animals in captivity may live longer but they have the lack of the quality of life, don 't get their natural instincts to hunt, and may not have the right care that they need to be able to live a happy and healthy life. The animals in captivity may live longer but live an unhappy life due to lack of freedom due to zoo walls and other animals. According to Petakids.com “In the wild, elephants walk up to 30 miles each day, bears are active for up to 18 hours a day exploring their home ranges for up to hundreds of miles, and tigers and lions love running and climbing and will roam many miles to hunt.” This being said animals in captivity don 't live up to how they 're supposed to act and don 't let animals run free for miles and miles and zoos prevent animals from doing this.
He also learns ranking in the zoo what animal is at the top and which animal is at the bottom his father tells him that the most dangerous animal in the humans who visit and Pi tells us this in the book he says “We commonly say in the trade that the most dangerous animal in the zoo is man”(Martel,31).He learns later in the book that this completely changes when they aren 't in cages. When Pi is on the boat he realizes that in the wild it is the exact opposite in that case humans are not the most dangerous animals it is the large carnivorous animals. In the book he has to fish to feed Richard parker so that he doesn 't eat Pi. PI
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The unnatural conditions stresses the killer whales out. The attacks on the trainers are due to stress in animals forced into miserable, unnatural conditions. These enclosure are nothing like the wild and the different sounds in the enclosures can affect the whales. ”There concrete enclosures also reflect sounds, so a poorly designed enclosure can make artificial noises. Echolocation is rarely used, as a tank offers no novelties or challenges to explore” (Wild vs. Captivity).
In the Life of Pi the environment was raining and my evidence is only rain, marauding waves of black ocean and the flotsam of tragedy. The similarities are is that they 're both really dangerous environment because Keesh has to wrestle with a bear and Pi has to be on the boat when it’s really wavy and raining a lot and a tiger was still their. The differences are Keesh has people that can help him and Pi doesn’t have anyone to help him. As a result Keesh’s environment is a habitat with polar bears is dangerous and the evidence that supports this is Keesh fought a mother polar bear with two cubs without any weapons.
As if removing these animals from their natural environment was not enough, these killer whales which have an understandably predatory nature been vilified in the public for unfortunate incident which have taking place at different aquariums throughout the world. Gruesome accidents and tragic deaths demonstrate the fact that wild animals do not belong in captivity. They are maligned for these actions which are simply part of their feral nature. These wolves of the sea deserve to be flipping as close to nature as possible. They should be migrating and hunting with large family pods instead of sitting alone in comparably small tanks.
Alienation from Nature The alienation of nature describes a dissociation between nonhumans and nature caused by humans. Jonathan Safran Foer, a recently converted vegetarian, described in his book “Eating Animals” the horrific consequences of factory farming and the divide between humans and nature. The customers, butchers, and factory farmers have three very disparate disconnections with the animals slaughtered. Factory farm owners replace these naturally occurring organisms with selected mutants.