The Impact Of Keeping Animals In Zoos

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Should we be keeping animals in zoos? How does that really help the animal? Can we keep them safe? As referenced in the text “The Impact Of Animal Protection,” human activities have been destroying animal habitats to make roads or more buildings, even hunting for sport! So to protect these animals, we’ve created zoos and nature parks for the animals, but are both of them really benefiting the animals? Although they may seen to keep them safe from being hurt, it’s taking them away from there home. To start off, We need to make animals feel safe and not put them though pressure or force them to live in a secluded their entire life. That reason being; because Zoos don’t really protect the animals mindsets, Nature may be better for them but we can’t force animals to mate, and we need to stop hunting endangered species.
Zoos might help with protecting these endangered animals, but it turns their mind into something else. When animals get moved into these small spaces and caged to be viewed by hundreds of people, that might drive them a little mad. Even though zoos try to give animals enough room to roam, fly, run, climb and
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Forced breeding is probably the worst thing you could do to an animal. Most of the time, animals spend their entire lives searching for a mate and sticking with them, but these programs are forcing animals to breed with each other when the other animal doesn’t want to go through that process. However, this process is bring in more of the animals offspring, most of these animals fail to have this happen. These animals are being forced to do something that takes time and caution, and we humans are pushing our own luck by thinking that we can make them do it at any passing moment. Take this moment into consideration and just think for a moment and imagine yourself in their place, it’s not very pretty on the other side of the wall, is

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