Taking animals from their rightful homes upset the ecosystem left behind. Even though animals can be healthier in the wilderness you might be concerned that animals are being hunted and killed for pleasure or for selling animal parts such ivory from elephants. Animals must stay there forever, until they die. Although poachers have been able to break into zoos to take animals in the past, this is not a frequent occurrence and is normally not successful when it does occur. Others, like orcas, do very poorly when living in captivity.
They won't have the fresh air wild animals do. Dale Marcelini, a zoo curator in Washington, conducted a study that found 'visitors spend less than 8 seconds per snake, and one minute per lion. The shocking evidence of animal abuse in some , and zoos have pushed many environmental and wildlife activist groups to campaign for the closure of many of the institutions that keep wild animals in captivity. As above, research into animals when it respects their rights and is not cruel or harmful may be valuable, but it does not need to happen in the context of confinement and human entertainment. Did you know that sheep where the first known animals to have been domesticates as a source of food? Another big problem that zoos face are making enough space for these animals to live in the parks.
Either they will go searching for humans and kill in their dismay or they will simply die in the wild for not knowing what to do. Anti-zoo supporters also argue that by making animals live in artificial surroundings the zoo is messing with natural mating and hunting activities. Everyone has it and there is no reason why animals should not be given this grace as well. Zoo Keepers take good care of animals and people get to view animals at their own pleasure Which funds the zoo keepers with the money to take care of the animals further. Hence, in promoting health and happiness of the animals, animals should not be kept in zoos. From human understanding to biological study. Wild polar bears are forced to live in spaces that are more than a million times smaller than their arctic territory.
Animal live much longer in a They tend to live longer in zoos Animals live longer in zoos than they do in the wild they get the necessary care and food they need to live a very healthy lifestyle. They are simply businesses run with the sole purpose of making money. The pros and cons of zoos often come from two very different points of view. This is a far more luxurious lifestyle than they would have in the jungle. If a zoo is unable to meet those standards, they can potentially lose their accreditation and their animals will be transferred to a zoo that does meet them. Freedom for all living things.
It is neither fair nor proportionate. Animals such as lions, tigers, deer or elephants, who normally travel great distances over a short period of time in search of food, spend their days bored and alone or with no more than a handful of others of their species. Zoo life does not prepare animals for the challeng … es of life in the wild. Well that is were an cage Or enclosure comes in handy. What if someone put you in a cage?? Animal live much longer in a zoo than they do in the wild.
They long to roam in the long grass of Africa, they long to chase other animals, and they long to play in large groups. When they go to a zoo, what they are seeing is that it is okay for people to put animals into enclosures for entertainment purposes. It is imperative that these are reformed and weeded out. It is hard to blame someone who values his own families survival over that of an animal. Going back to living in caves and letting lions eat people whenever they want to? Most zoo enclosures are small and empty. It is cruel and inhumane to keep animals in cages purely for human entertainment.
Although some may argue that animals should not be held in captivity. Zoos, especially the ones that are doing everything right, present a special challenge to the animal-loving advocates because they would like to see and interact with the animals. Finally, zoos are crucial to protect endangered species. Even if you repopulate them, where will they go? Put yourself in their shoes. I know i'd rather be free. Domesticated Devils have not had this caner problem. No amount of human convenience justifies or necessitates suffering like this.
Animals in zoos are not in a natural existence. We shouldn't put animals lower than us, which means that in my point of view animals should be allowed to enjoy their habitat an … d live with there family freely, instead of living in a zoo trapped behind bars missing their family having no fun its like a nightmare to me. At zoos there are veterinarians on hand, constant food, and there are no predators. That means they have little in the way of rights, so a zoo seems like a positive place to maintain a high quality of life. Zoos don't lock up animals like a jail.