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Are our zoos cruel to Wild Animals
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In study introduce on are our zoos cruel to Wild Animals. Zoo is the place for education. The positive side of Zoo, it can show the animals that we cannot see in our country unless you go to another country also we can learn about the animals.animals are kept against their natural way of living, their lives can be greatly threaten. While, unsuitable kinds of treatment can have negative effects on animals mentally. 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. Animal Rights is a movement that protect animals from being abused and exploited by humans, such as animal testing, fur production and Impediment in zoos and circuses.

 

Topic: Are our zoos cruel to Wild Animals

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1. Are our zoos cruel to wild animals

—Is our zoos are or aren’t cruel to wild animals. This is the most interesting question for the protection the animals. In my opinion, this is not true.
—First of all, there are a lot of zoos in the world, and the people go there by see different species of animals and animals that are in danger. Secondly the zoo protected the animals and they try to help these animals in danger of extinction. —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 conclusion, animals live better in zoos. Than in the jungle, because in the zoo they have a lot of things.
2. What Are The Advantages Of Keeping Animals In The Zoo?

 —Advantages of a zoo:

—- It is an informative place for the kids.
—- It is a good recreational spot for the whole family.
—- People can see different animals from all around the world at a single place.
3. What Are The Disadvantages o f Keeping Animals In The Zoo?
—Disadvantages:
—Do not provide suitable environments for wild animals
—Animals may be kept in small cages and suffer from stress
—The climate and habitat is often different from their native environment and some find it difficult to adjust
—However safariparks have a large space for the animals to roam around and it becomes apparent if an animal is uncomfortable and not happy in their enviroment.
4. Advantages AND Disadvantages:
—Advantages:
  • Breeding Endangered Species – saves them from extinction
  • —See wild animals up close that you may not have been able to see other  wise
  • —Is informative for Children
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—Disadvantages:
  • —Do not provide suitable environments for wild animals
  • —Animals may be kept in small cages and suffer from stress
  • —The climate and habitat is often different from their native environment and some find it difficult to adjust
  • —However safariparks have a large space for the animals to roam around and it becomes apparent if an animal is uncomfortable and not happy in their environment.

5. Any Question

6. Thank you

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