Animals in captivity
Why are people so cruel? Why do we make animals suffer? Why do we kill and eat them? Why do we keep them in cages? For what? Today post is about Animals in captivity. Do we need zoos? First question: Would you like to be encaged?
The second question: Do we need zoos?
Let’s see all Pros And Cons Of Zoos.
Zoos destroy the lives of those they cage. They destroy our understanding of whom and what animals and habitats really are. They destroy our understanding of whom and what we really are. And they destroy the potential for mutual relationships, not only with those particular encaged animals but also with those still wild.
But zoos can be different.
Some zoos take care of their animals, while others want to make so much money, that their animals are put into danger.
Animals placed in the prison, day after day, week after week. No matter how big the zoo tries to make these enclosures, no matter how many branches, rocks, and water holes they put into the enclosures, no matter how pretty they make the paintings on the cement walls these animals still can live a normal life.
While zoos seem bad, some smaller zoos allow there animals to become healthy again, and then are put into a habitat best suited to them, where they can live their lives.
All zoos claim that they have certain things they do, this include: Conservations. However most zoo animals are not endangered at all. Breeding. Zoos spend huge amounts of money on their breeding programs. Using the money for conservation programs in the wild will not only allow the animals to live in their natural habitat, it also helps balance whole eco-systems.
Teaching tool. However Zoos are only collection of sad and exploited animals and are giving a very bad example about how we should treat the fellow occupants of our Earth.
The word zoo means zoological garden, zoological park, was coined in the nineteenth century. Some of the common types of zoos we know are the urban cage-zoos, safaris and sanctuaries. For a long time, zoos claimed to have conserved endangered animal species; however people are becoming aware of the truth behind the working of zoos.
The Pros And Cons Of Zoos
Natural Habitat and Animal Rights
Pros: For protecting the endangered wild animals, they need to be captured. With an increase in poaching of wild species for skins, ivory and supposed medicinal purposes, zoos seem to be a safe haven for them.
Cons:Animals have natural rights and capturing them for any reason is the breach of the same.