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    Animal Cruelty

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    done by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, 796 live wild animal advertisements on 11 websites and only 20% of them claimed that documentary of legitimate sale proof was available. The UAE is also part of the International treaty to protect wildlife against over-exploitation, and to prevent international trade from threatening species survival. Wild animals like cheetahs and tigers cannot be tamed it is in their natural habitat to be wild and attack when they feel threatened. Usually the owners

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    tigers

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    My first source is Huff Post Green, its a news website for all over the world news. Huff post green talks about what need to be done to stop the extinction of wild life tigers. It gives information on how to bring back and double the population of tigers. One of the country that this website talks about the most for the decrease in the tiger population is China, because of the medicine they use from tigers. The main point of this article is getting the plan ready to save the tigers before 2022

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    Endangering Captive Exotic Cats

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    Americans as a culture take as they see fit, in almost everything we do, this action of taking is what our country was ultimately founded on when the Europeans took the land we now call The United States of America. This grievously includes exotic animals, and in a more glamorized spotlight the exotic cat, for their private ownership. Americans glamorize owning exotic animals and associate the magnificent pet with a higher social and financial status. Simply one high profile example is in the movie

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    lakes encompass the coast. Providing a spot for vacationers, fisherman, and much wildlife, the Great Lakes are the pride and joy of Michigan. The history of the lakes stretches back thousands of years, where glaciers carved the lakes out of bedrock. These lakes provided a surplus of food and access to easy travel for settlers hundreds of years ago. People around the Great Lakes area appreciate the diversity of wildlife, scenery, and rarity of such landmarks. When the question of whether to drill in

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    In The Stag Hughes seems to comment on man’s relationships with nature With reference to The Stag and one other poem in the section discuss the poet’s treatment of conflict between man and nature. “In ‘The Stag’ Hughes seems to comment on man’s relationships with nature” With reference to ‘The Stag’ and one other poem in the section discuss the poet’s treatment of conflict between man and nature. The Stag was written by a poet named Ted Hughes and is similar to the poem Roe-Deer in many

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    Wild Animals Should NOT Be Kept in Captivity

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    It is said that in order to protect the wildlife, we need to be educated about the wildlife that inhabits our planet. As humans, and the superior species on Earth, we put exotic animals, aquatic and terrestrial, in zoos or aquariums where people can go to see them to learn more about them in order to protect them. It just so happens that by putting these animals into captivity, we are causing more damage to them, just as damage is occurring in the wild and more species are becoming extinct. Animals

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    Wildlife Conservation

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    not guessed by now, this is describing trees. It is vital for humans to maintain not only the trees population, but also the population of all wildlife. Wildlife conservation is important because regulates wildlife population, helps balance the ecosystem, and maintains the natural beauty for future generations. People mostly assume that maintaining wildlife population involves making sure that certain species survive, however this is not always the case. For example, in Wisconsin, deer hunting is

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    Are Leave No Trace Principles Effective?

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    Plan ahead and Prepare 2) Travel and camp on durable surfaces 3) Dispose of waste properly 4) Leave what you find 5) Minimize campfire impacts 6) Respect wildlife 7) Be considerate of other visitors Some of the concepts have effects that are less tangible or less able to be empirically evaluated, such as: ?be respectful of wildlife, and ?be considerate to other visitors. However, these two concepts have far reaching implications, and in a sense embody the other five guidelines: ?plan ahead

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    Man Vs Nature in Yann Martel's Life of Pi

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    more civilized. He believes that he has the ability to tame Richard Parker. Gregory Stephens makes the point that when humans “cannot fully master them, then we confine animals within controlled spaces to give us the illusion of control: zoos or wildlife preserves” which is true because humans feel threatened without control over the animal. Out of fear and pain, Richard Parker temporarily behaves and becomes less of a threat for the time being. What Pi fails to recognize is that the affect he has

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    Sei Whale

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    We have always wanted our benefit and everything for ourselves, we have never thought about the other living marine or land organism and we don’t even care if it comes to abiotic appliances, that’s not the point what I am saying or rather parts of the earth are trying to tell the others to help the more vital and weaker who are also decreasing in numbers rapidly compared to our 7.22 billion humans. In the further articles you will see they information and the threats to the Sei whale, the Sei Whale

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