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Zoos: Are zoos beneficial because they conserve endangered species?

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  • Zoos are good

    I think zoos are good for people and good for the pets and anmails because they can be fed and took care of when there sick so they should stay at zoos because they save them not hurt them that is why i think zoos are good at all imes

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    Zoos are beneficial for almost instinct animals by taking them in and, forcing, them to breed. Which is twisted but saves their species, which is not so twisted of a concept but it is very, helpful for animals in need of savior and "salvation" of all animals in need. - THE ANIMAL KING

  • Some animals have been saved from extinction thanks to zoos

    Yes, I believe that zoos are beneficial in one way because they are able to conserve endangered species. Some species have been driven to the point of extinction, not by nature, but by humans. In some cases zoos are the saving grace for these animals. They are also a good source of information that may stop the future generations from driving animals into extinction.

  • Society will grow

    As industrialized society continues to grow, the natural world will no longer flourish the way it did. Human beings have done catastrophic damage to the ecosystem on Earth, and zoos are often the only places that endangered species can be conserved. The reason they are endangered is the fault of humanity and there's nothing stopping that, but humanity can still take whatever measures necessary to protect them.

  • Yes, zoos are beneficial in the conservation of endangered species.

    Zoos allow for the protection of a limited number of endangered species. This allows scientists an opportunity to understand why a species is going extinct and gives them the opportunity to change that trend. It also gives the general public a chance to go and see the species which may help them to help in the species preservation.

  • Zoos are beneficial because they conserve endangered species.

    Zoos are beneficial because they conserve endangered species. Zoos do a lot of work behind the scenes to protect the wildlife that they have in them. I think one of these is to protect the endangered species that live at the zoos. Zoos are great for our society and our economy.

  • Yes, they preserve species.

    Yes, zoos are beneficial because they conserve endangered species, because zoos help species stay alive that otherwise would not. In extreme cases, sometimes most of an animal population can be found in zoos. If this is the only way to keep a species alive, it is better than nothing. Zoos are good for this reason.

  • Zoos beneficial because they conserve endangered species.

    If zoos help to protect endangered animals, they are beneficial. For example, zoos have helped to preserve the Giant Panda. Although their natural habitat is being destroyed, Pandas have been successfully bred in zoos. In this way, many endangered species will be able to survive, even if their natural homeland is gone.

  • Conservation of Species is Important

    While zoo may not be the ideal habitat for animals, I believe the conservation efforts of the zoo are good and necessary. While these animals are at the zoo, the vets and scientist get a chance to study these animals. Perhaps even learn why their numbers are decreasing. It gives people who visit the zoo the opportunity to be educated about the decline of animals and what human activity has to do with the decline of the species.

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  • Don't Animals have the rite of freedom.

    When most birds and animals are kept captive they tend to have a shorter life span. African elephants live three times longer in the wild then in captivity. Besides who would want to be held captive in a limited amount of space with people gawking at you day and night when you could be free doing anything that you wish to do? Would you? In shipment of birds the birds beaks are taped shut, the wings clipped and they are stuffed in anything from spare tires and luggage it is quite usual for most of the birds shipped to die painfully.

    By Jai Karwa
    class 5-A
    Dhirubhai Ambani International School

  • Not always true

    In my opinion, animals should not be held in captivity for any reason. Although beneficial to the animal, it is not necessarily beneficial for the species in the wild. They will likely die when released, because they are too used to getting all necessities from their keepers. Every extinction happens for a reason. In my opinion we should "let nature take its course". Besides, animals such as elephants do not belong in America, with a deciduous forest biome and where it snows often!


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