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    Zoo Story: The Zoos

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    I’ll repeat… Imagine a zoo and tell me what do you really know about them? What is its purpose? Where do the animals come from? Why are they there? How are they cared for? What really goes into building and running of a zoo? If you were to ask me those questions in my more innocent years my answers would look rather simple. I thought of the zoo simply as an unusual type of farm considering I lived on one myself. I remember assuming they were all born in a zoo or too injured to be released back into

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    Zoo

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    being put into everyday as zoos take them out of their natural habitats to be enjoyed by the public. Zoos are very cruel to animals because they cause a loss of habitat, and give them unsuitable enclosures. Zoos also make the animal used to the city life so when (and if) they are released into the wild they will not be able to survive. Zoos also give the animal many cruel diseases and disorders due to overall unsuitability. It is important for the reader to know that zoos are very cruel to animals

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    of the time in mid-air. When you imagine this beautiful creature, do you see her in a limitless wide space surrounded by trees and grass or in an enclosure at the zoo? Animals belong in the wild where they can live freely. In the wild, animals can achieve their needs that zoos

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    The Importance Of Zoos

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    species, comes through visiting zoos. These animal safe havens allow the public to appreciate and learn about elegant animals. Zoos benefit animal

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    What Are Zoos?

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    Zoos have been very controversial lately with debate about animal cruelty and speculations shifting around the industry, so what is the truth about zoos? Zoos are known to be a safe area for animals and humans, entertain individuals and be a safe containment for endangered animals. Knowing this information it’s factual to say that this sounds like the perfect place for animals and humans, and they are. In fact, zoos take all necessary precautions to make sure that the animals and the attendees are

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    Cheetahs in Zoos

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    Cheetahs in Zoos Cheetahs in captivity should be left there, not released into the wild, and on the same note cheetahs in the wild should be left there, not brought into captivity. A cheetah in a zoo that is released into the wild may not know what to do, having been cared for by people in an enclosed environment for a number of years and then suddenly thrust out into the wild and on its own may have adverse effects on the cat’s psyche, making it manic or exhibit unpredictable behaviors and endangering

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    Role Of Zoos

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    documentaries, misinformation, beliefs and choices that have been made in and by zoos. With all of this, it means our judgement and others have been clouded by what media has told us. If we look at zoos in other regions, and those affected by war, then does your viewpoint change on what and how you see zoos? What about zoos in other regions of the world? This question is a good one; as it applies to regional views. Zoos all over the world have different rules; for visitors and their animals, depending

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    Are Zoos Necessary

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    Are Zoos Necessary As a child I can remember when I misbehaved the absolute worst punishment my parents could inflict: I would be banished to my bedroom, the length of time depending on the seriousness of the "crime." It seemed that every possible want and desire I had while being punished was related to an activity just outside the confines of that bedroom. The hours seemed like days and the time spent "locked" in my room was unbearable. When I look back on those "torturous" days of my childhood

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    Ethics of Zoos

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    go to see live animals such as aquariums, zoos, and safari parks. A pleasant way to define a Zoo is to call it “an establishment that maintains a collection of wild animals”. (Google def) Another way to say that is a facility in which animals are “enclosed in cages for public exhibition”. I believe zoos are ethical; however, changes need to be made to eliminate problems I have discovered. In this argumentative essay, I will be arguing the ethics of zoos and certain problems that need to be addressed

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    The Zoo Controversy

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    Everybody’s been to the zoo; they’ve either enjoyed a dolphin show, or fed the penguins. Zoos have been a part of American culture for centuries. At first, a zoo could be seen as nothing more than a jail cell for animals, but today, zoos are being completely transformed. What used to be confined cages are now being revolutionized into acres of land for different species to reside in. The opponents of zoos feel that they are inhumane and harmful to animals. However, zoos are beneficial for several

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