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  • The Negative Effects Of Animals In Zoos

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    Negative Effects of Animals in Zoos Zoos, often described as establishments with indoor and outdoor settings where live animals are kept, play a vital role in conserving wild species. Zoo establishments serve the purpose of educating zoo visitors about animals and for providing those animals with proper care, but they are typically used for public exhibition. Most people see zoos as places to take their children to learn more about animals, and as a form of entertainment by allowing people to walk

  • The Importance Of Zoos In Animal Life

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    For the average person, a day at the zoo consists of walking through exhibits, admiring for a few minutes, maybe taking a picture, and moving on. All a person sees is perhaps five minutes into a zoo animals actual life, and they aren’t exactly concerned with the quality of care they are receiving. Is a few minutes of temporary entertainment really worth risking an animal’s life? Traditional zoos in America should no longer exist because of the poor quality of life they experience versus in wildlife

  • Columbus Zoo Research Paper

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    There once was an employee named Craig, who worked at the Columbus Zoo and worked in the monkey section. He feed them twice a day and made sure that they were healthy. One day one of the monkeys, BoBo, seemed ill. Craig gave BoBo a shot to make sure he was ok. The shot said that he was ok. Later on Craig assumed that they were all ok at the zoo. After a few weeks, Craig noticed BoBo started to smell a lot more and was sleeping a lot more. Craig took some of BoBo’s blood and found he had bananatitous

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Electronic Zoos

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    repaced by emails, natural zoos are repalce by electronic zoos. An electronic zoo is a new concept that uses the zoo model in a web format. Electronic zoos are basically websites that are created to simulate visit to a zoo, and the visitors to these sites can view exhibits about animals and their habits. So there are certain advantages as well as disadvantages of electronic zoo. In electronic

  • Should Animals Be Kept In Zoos?

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    Should Animals be kept in zoos? Have you ever been to a zoo? If you have then you may or may not noticed how badly the animals are treated. Many zoos around the world are mistreating animals and the public has no idea about it. Zoos are very unfair to animals. Would you want to be stuck in a small area for your whole life when you could be roaming free in the wild somewhere? Probably not. Well, that is what happens to most animals in a zoo. It is completely unfair! Animals do not deserve to be in

  • The Importance Of Mistreatment And Abuse Of Zoos

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    On average about 175 million people visit a zoo per year. However, the majority of these people fail to notice a relative issue that is lying in front of their faces. That these animals within these zoos are suffering every day from mistreatment and abuse. Most of the society ignores the many factors that are displayed out in front of them every time they enter a zoo. Instead, society focuses in on issues that are happening right now, the issues that draw out the media and are on the cover of every

  • The Importance Of Mistreatment And Abuse Of Zoos

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    On average around 175 million people visit a zoo per year. However, the majority of these people fail to notice a relative issue that is lying in front of their faces. That these animals within these zoos are suffering every day from mistreatment and abuse. Most of the society ignores the many factors that have been revealed to them every time they enter a zoo. Instead, they focus on issues that are happening now, issues that draw out the media and are on the cover of every newspaper. However, these

  • Persuasive Speech On Animals In Zoo

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    place every day? Well, animals in zoos are forced to! Can we really say that animals in zoos, enjoy being taken away from their parents and natural habitats? The answer to that question is ‘No!’. Did you know that tigers and lions have nearly eighteen thousand times less space in a zoo than they do in their natural habitat and polar bears

  • Should Animals Be Kept? Zoos?

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    In the modern society, zoos are almost indispensable places in cities for people to visit, and going to the zoo is a favorite activity for children and families. There is a general argument about whether animals should be kept in zoos. Some people think that animals should be kept in the zoos for the zoos not only provide a safe and certified place for the animals, but also afford chances for humans to learn a lot about animals so that we can realize the importance of protecting animals. Other people

  • Zoos : My Favorite Place To Be?

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    As a child, the zoo was one of my favorite places to be. The ability to see wild animals in my local area is so convenient for me, but not so convenient for the animals living there. My opinion on zoos have most definitely changed when I put myself in the position of these animals in captivity. Animals are constantly going through pain and suffering by being behind bars, being separated from their family and not being able to live how they would in the wild. They are taken miles away from their natural