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    In the Chicago Zoo, the entire stingray population became extinct because of low oxygen levels in their tanks on July 10, 2015. Zoos, although a pleasant entertainment source for humans, can be extremely harmful and negatively influence animals occupying zoos. Artificial habitats, provided and offered by the zoo, can be extremely harmful to the animals occupying them. Abducting animals from their wild homeland can be certainly cruel and devastating. Many zoos worldwide struggle with financial problems

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    Why is poaching a concern? What can be done to “turn the tide” against poaching? Poaching is a devastating thing in wildlife. I am explaining this act because poaching makes people sick at heart, a lot of people want to stop this depressing source of action. Wildlife animals should be treated like humans and they shouldn’t be killed for food and other reasons such as ivory. Humans aren’t killed for food like animals are and we have freedom and for the most part live a happy life. It is so sad seeing

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    looking for a warm place to make a nest. This is the reason many animals are in the attic areas of a residential home. Many times homes located near a wooded area or anywhere which has nearby wildlife habitat are likely targets of animal intrusion. The best way to get rid of animals in a home is to contact a wildlife removal Dallas specialist for help. Basic Information The creatures that are able to get into a residential home often vary in size. There are animals, such as a mouse, which can easily

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    Essay On Everglades

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    types of plants and animals that only can survive in it. The Everglades provides a healthy ecosystem for plants and animals to work in harmony. The Everglades provides a healthy ecosystem for plants and animals but it has predators that endanger the wildlife that live there. Exotic pet owners often dump their invasive pet snakes that don’t normally have a habitat

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    In The Tree Where Man Was Born, Peter Matthiessen shares his East African explorations and findings from the 1960’s with poetic flavor and grandeur imagery. Matthiessen gives a uniquely diverse account of the wilderness, wildlife, and traditional peoples of various East African regions. Through these accounts and informative stores of what life is like there from socio-ecological perspective as well as personal travel narrative, one understand the depth to his musings. Despite his accounts as a majority

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    Conservation! Conservation! Conservation! That is the one thing I would do passionately. We owe it to our environment that we are here today after all those millions of millennia. The same environment that many of us are oblivious of is the one which will tenderly take care of our descendants and all forms of life in generations to come. The state of the economy, the GDP or what is trending will be of no value if we do not take care of planet earth. Since industrialization came into the mainstream

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    Zoos and Animal Rights

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    in conservation action. A series of studies and survey were performed by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) in order to assess the impact on a visit to a zoo or aquarium. This study revealed that zoo ... ... middle of paper ... ...e wildlife. Works Cited Amy Miller, (2014). What zoos do: U.S. Zoos work to preserve animals around the world through conservation, research, and education. Scholastic News. Retrieved from http://teacher.scholastic.com/scholasticnews BBC News, (2003). Born

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    Project Tamarin

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    Conserving Colombia's Wildlife. Proyecto Tití: Conserving Colombia's Wildlife, n.d. Web. 25 Nov. 2013. . "Cotton Topped Tamarin." Wildlife Protection Foundation. South Lakes Wild Animal Park, n.d. Web. 23 Nov. 2013. . "Cotton-top Tamarin Fun Facts." Proyecto Tití: Conserving Colombia's Wildlife. Proyecto Tití, n.d. Web. 22 Nov. 2013. . "Oakland Zoo." Oakland Zoo. Oakland Zoo, n.d. Web. 24 Nov. 2013. . Wang, Joyce. "Cotton-Top Tamarin." Wildlife Conservation Network. Wildlife Conservation Network,

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    Captive or Cruel?

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    giraffes. One of the biggest advantages of having animals retained in zoos is the quality education it provides to the public. Many zoos, such as the Boise Zoo, have Education Programs for children and parents that include fun activities, encounters and wildlife conservation participation. Average citizens having these unique interactions with many animals, who would not encounter them otherwise, provides them an experience with the infinite different kinds of animals. Many zoos often teach about what is

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    Baytown Natural Disasters

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    Nature Center is a recreational area and a wildlife shelter to different species. It has been established since 1994 and the area covers four-hundred and fifty acres. Some research shows, “In 1983, extensive damage from hurricane Alicia led to abandonment of Brown woods homes. The City of Baytown started buying out the properties of neighborhood residents. In 1984, the City prepared its first master plan to transform these properties into a public park and wildlife sanctuary” (Baytown Nature Center.Wikipedia

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