Amazon Jaguar Shot at Olympic Ceremony: Should Animals Be Killed on Site?

  • Yes, animals should be killed on site.

    Animals should be killed on site when they pose a threat to humans. The Amazon Jaguar was a threat to the Olympic ceremony, so shooting it was the right decision. Many have elevated status of animals to an equal level as humans. However, animals should not be considered equal to humans; and should be taken out when they threaten people.

  • No, I do not think that animals should be killed on site.

    No, I do not think that animals should be killed on site because some animals are facing extinction due to constant human interaction and poaching. Human beings need to ensure that certain animals are protected so that future generations will have the privilege of viewing and learning about these precious animals.

  • No, aminals should not be killed on site

    No, animals should not be killed on site. The animal should have been trapped and removed from the site. Animals can be dangerous, however, there are things that can be done about them that does not involve killing them. There are more humane ways to deal with animals than to shoot them.

  • No they shouldnt be killed

    A jaguar featured at an Olympic torch ceremony was shot dead by a soldier shortly after the event in the Brazilian Amazon city of Manaus as the animal escaped from its handlers. Firstly, the animal shouldn't have been brought on to the site. There is a flawed policy towards wild animals.

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