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Animals Should Not be Put in Zoos

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Sidney Danella

on 8 May 2016

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Zoo Animals
Topic
Animals Should Not be Put in Zoos
Zoo Animals are Mistreated
Zoo animals do not get enough nutrition
What could you do with information?
-Donate to organizations who support the same cause
Animals Don't Act How they Would Act in the Wild.
-If animals do not have other animal contact it might affect their human relationships
-They Hardly Have Any Privacy and Lack Mental Stimulation and Physical Exercise.
-Aware that captive populations of the black rhinoceros were suffering anemia and were failing to reproduce, Dr. Ellen Dierenfeld, nutritionist at the Bronx Zoo, suspected that they were suffering deficiencies of vitamin E.C
-Animals need to be with other animals and if the zoo blocks the contact off the animals they may be stressed out or angry.
-Zoos have became the target of intense public criticism
-Zoos teach people that it is acceptable to interfere with animals and keep them locked up in captivity, where they are bored, cramped, lonely, deprived of all control over their lives
-In a recent study of blood samples from wild rhinoceroses in Zimbabwe, finding that their levels of the vitamin were four to five times higher than those in the zoo animals.
-In a recent study of blood samples from wild rhinoceroses in Zimbabwe, finding that their levels of the vitamin were four to five times higher than those in the zoo animals
-Stop going to zoos
-Show other people this information
Just spread the word about it and it will help stop putting healthy animals who have nice habitats in small cramped up zoos
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