Thursday, 26 November 2015

Animals Should Not Be Kept In Zoos.

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I strongly believe animals should not be kept in zoos.
Animals live a happier life in the wild and they need big environments.
We do not have any rights to breed and capture other animals even if they are endangered. Animals are a living thing just like us, we don't need them kept in separate places away from their family. Animals should be kept in the wild so they have more space to exercise. Animals are very unhappy if they are stuck all day inside their cages at the zoo.

Animals don't need to be feed by the zookeepers. They need to hunt themselves. Babies need to learn to find food and role model to their kids when they grow up. Animals can feed themselves, like we do. Food is very important for them.
We need to make sure they have the right food.

Why do zookeepers keep animals in cages? Animals should be free into the wild where they belong in their NATURAL habitat. I BELIEVE animals should live with their families out of the zoo. I STRONGLY recommend zookeepers should return animals back in the wild.
Like I said, animals live a happier life in their habitat.

We don't need to see animals entertain, they could do just as many tricks in the wild. If we want real entertainment, visit the sanctuary. A true sanctuary does not buy, sell or breed animals. Instead they take in unwanted, exotic pets or injured animals that can no longer survive in the wild. There are lots of places to see animals. For example, birds, we see them all the time, like, in our backyards. Moving on.

Animals don't like to be in public but some pets do. They like to be in their own space where they have privacy. Some animals get very nervous around you, some show off. But people still need to respect their privacy and not threaten them.

Overall animals should not be kept in zoos for the reasons I have stated above, they need to stay where they are in their natural habitat. I need animals to live a happy life.

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