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Transcript of Animal Rights
a way to survive, but today most hunters
kill animals just for the thrill of it, not out
Poaching animals means to kill animals illegally for money.
What Are Animal Rights?
There have been a reported
Facts & Stats
I h8t math
Neglect and abandonment are the most common forms of companion animal abuse in the United States.
Poaching is one of
the main reasons for many
Africa is in the midst of an epic elephant slaughter. Poachers are wiping out thousands of elephants a year. Poachers are killing elephants and are taking their tusks to sell. They use the money they get to buy weapons and cause mayhem.
Destiny Crisp & Michael Paule
cases of animal cruelty in the U.S. since 2000.
Pit bull dogs are the most common victims of animal cruelty.
Rhinos are also being targeted by poachers. Rivaling the price of gold on the black market, rhino horns are one of the things on a poachers wish list. A pair of rhino horns could be worth about $11,000.
OTHER ANIMALS AFFECTED BY POACHERS
equality for all, dude.
Some may think...
Freedom Of Speech
Right To Bare Arms
Right To Vote
Freedom To Protest
Animal Rights: The idea that nonhuman animals deserve the possession of their own lives
NO POACHING NO HUNTING
NO CIRCUS EXPLOITATION
NO ANIMAL ABUSE
Animal abuse can be either deliberate abuse or simply the failure to take care of an animal. All U.S states have animal cruelty laws. 47 states even treat some forms of abuse as a felony.
FORCED TO FIGHT
British psychologist Richard D. Ryder coined the term speciesism as a form of prejudice
the assignment of different values, rights, or special consideration to individuals solely on the basis of their species membership
Wild animals, such as elephants, tigers, bears, lions, and zebras, live in chains or small, dark cages for ninety-five percent of their lives.
Trainers use whips, tight collars, muzzles, electric prods, bullhooks, and other painful tools of the trade to force animals to perform.
PETA stands for People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals. It is the largest
animal rights organization in the world.
The ASPCA works to rescue animals from abuse and pass humane laws
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
They rescue more than 6,000 animals a year from neglect and abuse
Some Animal Rights Groups...