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Why should/shouldn't animals be kept in zoos?

Asked by: GIRLGAMER
  • Most of the animals

    In zoos have been born and raised in the zoo or some sort of captivity, so if you released them into their natural habitat as an adult or close to the age, they would quickly be killed as they would have little more than their instincts to guide them. Also to make my point even sharper than it already is, most animals are completely comfortable in the zoo, it's a habitat perfectly molded to suit their every need, it's not some metal cage.

  • Animals need to be contained

    Animals in the wild are animals eating up resources in an unregulated manner. If we get them in a zoo, they are being fed an allotted amount of resources that can be measured while the stuff in the wild can go to humans.
    Humanity first, caring for animals is an afterthought.

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  • Animals shouldn't be kept in zoos.

    Animals shouldn't be kept in zoos because sometimes the zoo keepers kill them. Also, animals shouldn't be kept in zoos because they don't get to see the real world and they get bored and alone and they even turn around when visitors come, and I think that animals should be free.

  • Animals shouldn't be held in captivity

    When you put an animal in a zoo your taking away their freedom but then again when you train a dog you do put the dog in a crate which is kind of like imprisonment but a Dog isn't held captive in a cage for life animals should be able to roam free and if the need comes for captivity the animals can only be held in captivity.


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