To Be or Not To Be Countless animals are dragged away from their natural environments and are forced to live as a subject of observation. Keeping animals in the zoos can save the animals from extinction than let them free in their habitat. Numeruous people think that zoos are good for the wild animals. Animals are still taken from the wild. Animals do not like to be snatched out of their natural environment and placed in a strange enclosure any less than you or I would.
Similarly, if they got unwell then in the wild they would have no one to care for them, but in the zoo there will always a zoo keeper and vet. He is then captured and taken to a zoo. Ã¼ In 1993 a zoo disposed of an orang-utan to a zoo in Tenerife. The monkeys had been supplied to the pet shop by a zoo. Once you start recognizing the signs of stress in zoo animals and understand how sad and boring their lives must be, zoos will look completely different to you. Animals in zoos should be put back in the wild ,. Others will take their families to their local zoo for a full day of animal gazing.
Animals can die prematurely in zoos. And it is not the animal to be fault. The young are sometimes tied to their dead mothers before being sent to dealers who sell them on to buyers. They have real feelings, real perception. As a result when we go to the zoo we like to see the different animals and If the zoo doesn't take care of these animals, they could die. In 1991 twenty-five Asiatic Lions were born in zoos around the world - 22 of them died.
In addition, when animals are kept in zoos, they usually do not have their moms to teach them all survival skills required for living in the wild. By understanding that there is a spectrum of possible conditions of captivity from national parks to battery pigs, and by appreciating that we all have a threshold beyond which we will point the finger and say 'that is cruel' - we can begin to delimit the types of zoos that we can accept. The zoo authority is supposed to import rare wild animals from different places and keep them in the zoo with care and safety. The ones that don't often are brought in for treatment and die of a sickness that they received whilst out in the wild. They should live in their free.
Animals don't have control of themselves because they are wild. Whereas in captivity, a squirrel can live up to 12 years. Conservationists say zoos advance their educational and preservationist efforts, but others see zoos as prisons where innocent creatures are unjustly held captive. Zoologists can try to assess how similar the behaviour of a captive animal is to a wild animal of the same species - but it does not necessarily follow that, for example, a wolf that sleeps all day in a zoo cage is less happy than a hungry wild wolf whose time is spent searching for food. The zookeepers usually do not take care of the animals.
I trust that zoos are cruel to the faunas. Zoos are known to have supplied animals for use in experiments. Legge b: 'Law Relating to Animals', S. They should live in their free habitat. Ã¼ Animal rights or liberation is the basic idea that animal interests should be afforded at the same rate as the similar interests of human beings. At zoos animals where there only because the people see them.
Some animals breed well in captivity and their young are always appealing. The child go to the zoos because is absolutely fun and different. As humans, we love to ascribe our emotional states and feelings onto other species. Animals who stray across large distances in. What a lonesome life it will be. I know that zoo enclosures are far from adequate compared to the wild, but if zoos started to decline, think what would happen.
However, the animals trapped in zoos were doomed years ago when their ancestors were kidnapped and damaging the business of zoos only makes things worse for the captive animals. Using animals for research experiments is the only alternative way of learning the human body without injuring humans. Enclosures The major problem with zoos is that the animals who live there are kept in enclosures that don't allow them to live their lives in a natural way. The only difference is that zoos go about achieving them in practical, less antagonistic ways. . Most zoo collections are comprised of large charismatic species, such as giraffes, elephants, tigers etc. In fact, many animals, especially primates, can much longer in captivity because they are free from predation, given medical treatment better than many Americans receive, and well-nourished.
They can find many kinds of animal, without going to the wild forest. The physical and mental frustrations of captivity lead to abnormal, neurotic and even self-destructive behaviour, such as self-mutilation. But what happens to them when they get older? Animals should be observed in their natural habitat, where they are living the live that they were meant to live. They need space and independence, to live in the wild and live their life without the humans. Although zoos are educational, animals are held in captivity unable to live and thrive in their natural habitat.
However when they live in cages, they have no choice. For example, if they take a dolphin and they do it going from a place in the other one, we could say that this it is to be a bit cruel. As an animal lover, I do appreciate many of the efforts championed by animal welfare groups: enforcing animal cruelty laws, promoting the ethical and humane treatment of animals, reducing natural habitat loss. Like so many of the issues that surround zoos, a lot depends upon your assessment of the extremes. Therefore, I choose investigate this aspect.