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Transcript of Animal Cruelty
1. Animals used for human entertainment
2. Animals domestically abused
3. Animals produced specifically for human consumption
4. Contemporary issue: the culling of sharks
5. Arsing question: ‘why do people care/don’t care about this issue?’
The indifferent attitude society has towards animal cruelty is based on the belief that all animals are inferior to humans.
Animal cruelty is a behavior repetitively and proactively by an individual with the deliberate intention of causing harm to an animal with the under-standing that the animal is motivated to avoid that harm.
- Aquatic shows
- Horse drawn carriages
- Animal actors
- Bull, cock, and dog fighting
- Horse, Greyhound, and dog-sled racing
- Games, rides, and contests
- Photo galleries
- Exotic animals as ‘pets’
- Hunting and fishing
Domestic Abuse over Social Media
Engaging in the Humanities
Task 3: Oral Presentation
Harriet Du Pont
Figure 3: A bear in Moscow chained and caged (kept for entertainment for the Moscow Circus).
Figure 4: Traditional bullfighting in Spain- seen as a ritual.
Some images included within this presentation may cause some offense – several images may be explicit. The reason for this is to get our overall statement across to our audience, and convince them to become self-aware of this issue.
Figure 1: WSPA foundation organizing travels across the globe to help stop animal abuse.
Figure 2: Animal Anti-Cruelty Campaign Poster Series - A series of illustrated posters that advocate against Animal Cruelty specifically in the Circus World
Animals feel pain, pleasure, fear, frustration, loneliness, and motherly love.
Human beings feel this too. Can you see the comparison?
Figure 18: 'Cruelty Doesn't Fly' With Pamela Anderson
Animal Legal Defense Fund, 2014
RSPCA Animal Rescue
New South Wales 203/3 Victoria 33/1
South Australia 43/0 Tasmania 11/0
Western Australia 86/4 Queensland 208/2
Northern Territory 11/0
Total 10 shark attacks in 2013
- It is a delicacy in China
- Fishermen earn more money on the fins than the actually meat.
-The belief of fighting Cancer
Shark fin soup
-Catch the shark, cut the fin off and trow it back.
-The biting of sharks
150 people die each year from faling coconuts.
Between 73-100 million sharks are killed each year only for their fins.
- Without any fin
they are not able to swim
- Great white sharks over 3 meters
- Not only sharks gets caught.
Jeff Hansen, Sea Shepherd
: We can survive without surfing but we can’t survive without sharks in our ocean. It is very disappointing, because surfers are meant to be known as the caretakers of the ocean. They understand the marine environment, they understand the importance of biodiversity. The surfers who are calling for this are not real surfers.
Camel, veteran West Coast surfer*
: I don’t want to sound like an idiot who wants a total cull. We are in their territory. But, there are a lot of sharks around and we should cull some of the great whites, especially the big ones that come into and hang around swimming and surfing spots.
It’s easy to say whatever you want about protecting sharks if you don’t go in the ocean everyday. I just think there’s always gonna be two sides to the story. A few people who don’t spend much time in the ocean seem to be having a lot of a say. It’s hard for them to tell us it’s not our territory to go swimming in.
66 sharks – but zero great whites – cought on drumlins in three weeks. 2014. Perth Now. http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/sharks-but-zero-great-whites-caught-on-drum-lines-in-three-weeks/story-fnhocxo3-1226830508836
100 million sharks killed each year. 2013. The conversation.
Australian Shark Attack File - Annual Australian Shark Attack Report Summary for 2013. 2013. Taronga. http://taronga.org.au/animals-conservation/conservation-science/australian-shark-attack-file/annual-australian-shark-attack-report-summary-2013
Cameron, Jefferies. 2012. “Sharks and the culinary clash of culture and conservation: why are we not considering the health consequences of shark consumption” Health Law. Vol.20(3):33(5)
Figure 1. International Shark Attack File Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida. 2014. 1700-2013 Map of Australia's Confirmed Unprovoked Shark Attacks (N=520). Ichthyology at the Florida museum of natural history. https://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/sharks/statistics/GAttack/mapau.htm
Figure 2. Audrey. 2008. Shark fin soup. Wikimedia commons. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chinese_cuisine-Shark_fin_soup-05.jpg
Figure 3: Frédéric Denhez. 2014. Silky shark being finned. Arkive. Accessed 05/08. http://www.arkive.org/silky-shark/carcharhinus-falciformis/image-G79798.html
Figure 4: Christophe Migeon. 2014. Silky shark caught in fishing net, dead. Arkive. Accessed 05/08. http://www.arkive.org/silky-shark/carcharhinus-falciformis/image-G79806.html
Figure 5: Animal Amnesty. 2014. A shark caught off Dunsborough. Perth Now. http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/sharks-but-zero-great-whites-caught-on-drum-lines-in-three-weeks/story-fnhocxo3-1226830508836
What some WA surfers think about shark culling.. 2014. Stabmag http://stabmag.com/what-some-wa-surfers-think-about-shark-culling/
"The question is not, 'Can they
?' nor, 'Can they
?' but 'Can they
- Jeremy Bentham 1789, founder of
Harriet Du Pont
Gullone, Eleonora. 2012. Animal Cruelty, Antisocial Behaviour, and Aggression: more than a
Link. Unknown place of publication: Palgrave Macmillian.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals non-profit corporation. 2014.
PETA/ISSUES/Animals Used for Entertainment. http://www.peta.org/issues/animals-in-entertainment/
(Figure 2) Adrianna Gonzalez. 2010. Animal Anti-Cruelty Campaign Poster Series. Coroflot.
(Figure 18) People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). 2013. PETA’s Funniest
Figure 1: Lou Bopp. 2013. WSPA; World Society for the Protection of Animals.
Figure 3: Lawis Greek. 2010. Animals For Entertainment.
Figure 4: Media Salon. 2011. Why is Spain still protecting Bullfighting?
Figure 5: Advertolog. 2009. Animal Cruelty Awareness; Billboard Poster.
Figure 6: Blogspot. 2013. Animal Abuse Poster. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-
Figure 7: Unleashed Blog. 2014. Animal Circus; Tigers.
Figure 8: Mariah Promise. 2010. Report Dog Fighting.
Figure 9: Liberation Photography. 2004. Vietnam; Suffering at the Zoo.
Figure 10: Coloribus. 2002. Animal Awareness; Zoo.
OK, not OK
Humans and Animals
Although social, political and cultural values are always changing. Studies have conclusively shown that humans view themselves as special compared to animals. Animals can be seen as expendable within reason to human priorities including industry, recreation and entertainment.