• Yes

  • No

38% 11 votes
62% 18 votes
  • Zoos save animals. They take in injured and endangered animals and work their hardest to save them. They also teach people about animal welfare and what they can do to help. These animals wouldn't be able to survive without the caring workers and keepers at the zoo. They do release some into the wild, but there's not much they can do for an animal that doesn't know how to survive in the wild. They make them comfortable, feed them, provide them with entertainment, and allow them to live long, happy lives

  • Ignorant human scum.

  • how would you like if human beings were in cages? Thats why we have jail. it ain't fair for them animals to be locked up forever, especially innocent creatures who want to be free like us.

    Posted by: yay842
  • What for? If you're concerned a specy will disappear, then there are sanctuaries. And it's not like you NEED to see animals from far away, right? (If you really crave it though, there are wonderful little things on the TV, sometimes.)

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Mikal says2013-09-10T18:06:23.5238954-05:00
In some situations it is a good thing. Especially with endangered species or species that are facing that title.
Mikal says2013-09-10T18:06:24.0144893-05:00
In some situations it is a good thing. Especially with endangered species or species that are facing that title.
luce156 says2013-09-10T18:15:51.5378030-05:00
What about wildlife shelters?
yay842 says2013-09-10T18:45:31.9064402-05:00
This topic has been used in debates and opinions and forums..
yay842 says2013-09-10T18:45:55.1147298-05:00
But zoos are jails for animals, wildlife shelters, agreed on that
Gavsnake566270 says2014-03-24T08:48:23.6324068-05:00
As it has bveen proven animals are not as active in captivity than in the wild.

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