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Yes because if an animal is injured, They nurse the animal back to life until they are well enough to go back into the wild and keep living it's life. Zoos also help animals that are going extinct survive in zoos. They sometimes re breed the animal and let them start living in the wild again.
I say yes cuz how we supposed to get vitamins and protein from cows, Pigs, Chickens and other animals? Roughly 1 million plant and animal species are at risk of extinction, According to a recent United Nations assessment. As animals find it increasingly difficult to live in the wild, It’s important to leverage the power of zoos and aquariums to protect animals and restore endangered species, Even as some activists seek to dismantle these arks of hope.
Zoos have the breeding programme which helps in the increase of animal population. Even if people say that animals would be more safe if they are in their won habitat i guess because of what you say you might be eaten by those animals itself. The best place for animals is a good, Helpful zoo.
In the nature, Many animals live together. There are some animals that can have freedom and enjoy the nature, But some of them are not. For example, A giraffe that has long neck can eat leaves and be full, But a giraffe that has short neck can't eat foods and can't survive. There are many situations like this in nature. These animals like giraffes that I told you before need our help, And zoos are helping help them. So I think zoos are good for animals.
I think zoos are good for animals as they keep the animals in good condition and health. Zoos provide habitat for animals if their habitat was destroyed. Also, many animals get poached in the wild - zoos can keep these animals safe from poachers and animal hunters. Zoos make sure the medical and physical health of these animals is okay/good. I believe zoos are good for animals.
41,415 animals are endangered and 16,306 of those animals are extinct. When the animals are sick the zoo keepers will give the animals the right meds for them to get better. The zoo keepers will also give the animals the right food and nutrients. The zoo keepers love all the animal that are in the zoo that they are taking care of
I am from India. I own the coolest Zoo in the world. Hey, you know who suck, Humans, they are super dangerous from the animals. You know what else sucks, anthropomorphism. Yo, when animals escape it is just because you are bad at providing a habitat. Animals are super happy in Zoos, I am indian, you are all wrong.
Zoos can provide great habitats for animals if they can no longer survive in the wild. In the wild animals face hunger, death, and disease. In captivity they live very easy lives. They will no get bored as long as they are provided the right space and entertainment from zoo staff. Zoos help raise public awareness about wildlife and can help breed and release endangered animals. As long as zoos only own captive bred and wild animals that can no longer support themselves in the wild then I believe zoos are an alright place for animals to live.
Overall I believe zoo's keep the animals in good conditions that are protected and the animals receive regular food and medical care, the majority of these animals would likely die out in the wild much sooner then they will in the zoo, I believe overall an animal does benefit from being in a zoo.
Because they can be unhealthy and cruel to the animals, Essentially a prison. Mixed with the lack of stimulation and there is just not enough good to outweigh the bad. Yes there are positives like education but there are better places than zoos to get that type of information. I hope this helps
We hear a lot of things to justify keeping animals in zoos. But are these justifications based on fact, Or are they simply what zoos would have us believe? I am firmly certain that it is cruel to keep animals in zoos, Because the majority of them do not release animals back into the wild, And the animal will become depressed. Animals should not spend their entire lives behind dull grey bars simply to fulfil our desire to see them. Every year, Millions of people go on safaris, Board whale-watching cruises and watch Jeff Corwin get attacked by snakes on Animal Planet; others drive to their local zoo for a full day of animal gazing. When you go, It may seem pleasant and that the animals are perfectly well provided for. But I ask you this; how would they feel?
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Zoo animals live in confined spaces. They have a perception of space. I feel really sad how misinformed people are when they think zoos help the animals. Yes, They provide shelter and food, But that's basically it. The places that really help injured or disabled animals are rehabilitation centers and wildlife reserves. They focus more on the recovery and welfare of the animals rather than how many tickets they can sell. The only benefit to zoos is that we get to see the animals up close. It's why I don't go to zoos anymore.
I have been reading a lot about zoos and i read about a zoo in Cumbria that was shut down because 500 animals had died in the last 2 years from depression tests were even ran that animals who tend to be trapped in do get depression animals in the zoo do not deserve to be caged in like prisoners they deserve to be free like birds. We people of the world might not realize but animals are just like us they have feelings they have family and they deserve to be happy in their own natural habitat a place we call home.
These animals are trapped behind rods of iron that limit their movement, freedom and also their habits that they usually used to do in the wild. They use them for entertaining not to conservation them from the risks. Animals also have feelings like the humans, so imagine that you wake up in the morning in a small cage behind the irons you will be depressed of course. Think about it, they also can not breeding in the zoos. Animals are not even an actors to teach them to do silly things and if they don't they are tortured as a reward.
Imagine that everyday you wake up in a small cage. You want desperately to escape from the prison and run around free, but escape is not possible. 365 miserable days a year, you live this meaningless life, trapped, alone. Everyday, thousands of animals in zoos live in this terrible way, deprived of everything that make their lives meaningful. Some people say that zoos are ethical, that they can save many animals and prevent them from going extinct, but at what cost? Zoos are not ethical, because they do not help with conservation and they are primarily about entertainment..
Another one of the reasons zoos are not ethical is because zoos are not about learning, they are about entertainment. Many zoos claim that they can help teach young people and scientists about the animals they have captive there. However, scientists can not learn about the animal's natural behaviors when they are kept in an unnatural environment. Take the polar bear, for example. According to an article by The Global Post entitled World’s worst Zoo, polar bears travel thousands of miles to hunt in the wild, while in zoos, they are kept in a habitat the size of a garage, reducing their habitat size by over ten million percent. How can scientists learn about this animal when it can not do what it normally would in the wild? Also, zoos do not teach children about the animals either, or make them want to make a change. According to a published paper in the academic journal Conservation Biology, out of 2,800 children survayed after guided and unguided visits to a london zoo, 62% of the children showed no indication that they had learned any new facts about the animals. In fact, many of the children felt as though they could not help in animal conservation.
And finaly, zoos are not ethical because they do not help with animal conservation in the first place. Zoos usually take in the more popular animals that people want to see, even if they are not endangered. According to statistic brain, there are over 6,000 different species of animals in accredited zoos, and only about 1,000 of those are endangered, and those animals that are endangered will likely never be released back into the wild. According to Benjamin Beck, former associate director of biological programs at the National Zoo in Washington D.C, via National Geographic in the last century “only 16 of 145 reintroduction programs worldwide ever actually restored any animal populations to the wild. Of those most were carried out by government agencies, not zoos.”
In conclusion, zoos do not help animals, they harm animals. Zoos are not ethical because of the lack of saftey animals have in zoos, because zoos are not about learning, they are about entertainment, and becausezoos do not help with animal conservation.
Amimals can't be in the zoo because sometimes the get sarlperit from there family's and and somtimes birds don't can't fly and not find in the outside so that why animals would be free then in the zoo and be inside a cage and then go to hunt so that why free
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Zoos may do well to protect a few animals from experiencing a worse death in nature, but it does not mean that overall the animals are better off in a zoo. The enclosures are too small for the animals, especially those that are in indoor exhibits. Rather than being free to roam their natural habitats they are fored to live in a cage.