Animal Cruelty. Around the world, in so many contexts, animal cruelty continues to happen. From domesticated pets to wild animals, no animal is safe from cruelty in the hands of brutality. This is why there is an ongoing call, from different advocacy groups and organizations to recognize animal cruelty and stop it from further happening.
Zoo is the place where animals are kept within enclosures be displayed to the visitors for the awareness about wild animals. Zoo is like the second home of the animals. Zoos are considered a great teaching center about the animals and their behavior. We cannot imagine our society and environment if we destroy the animals that are our ecosystem.
A study has proven that in a certain American zoo, the elephants there were dying at a faster rate than they were breeding, as a result of disease spread by the lack of space and dirty cages. The exhibition of animals in captivity tells an impressionable public that cruelty to animals can be condoned.Should Animals Be Kept In Zoos The debate of whether or not confining of animals is right in zoos is a popular one that attracts both opponents and proponents. The increased interests in science and natural history saw the introduction of zoos in 1763, which facilitated up close animal studies and would provide a chance for entertaining and educating the public.A zoo is a facility that confines animals in enclosures, to be put on display for humans. Australian zoos, are codified as “animal display establishments” by the NSW Government, and are primarily governed by two acts at the Commonwealth level, the Quarantine Act and the Wildlife Protection (Regulation of Imports and Exports) Act 1982.
According to the Humane Society of the United States animal cruelty can either be deliberate abuse or a simple failure to care properly for an animal. These same cruelties take place in environments that people feel should be safe for animals but are unhealthy and almost like jail for the innocent: Zoos.Read More
There is also widespread animal cruelty in zoos, safari parks, circuses and tourist attractions in China and Vietnam. It is not unusual to see captive wild animals in Asia's zoos in small barren cages, with no environmental enrichment, and inappropriate groupings - such as sociable pack animals housed alone.Read More
The controversy arose last weekend when PETA Australia's associate director, Ashley Fruno, issued a statement accusing the zoo of cruelty for taking animals to Los Angeles for the Steve Irwin Gala.Read More
Animal abuse can come in many forms whether its experimental testing, training animals to fight other animals, and abusing and neglecting the animal, no matter the way it’s still a violent and vicious act that shouldn't be happening, and there are ways for it to not happen. Conclusion.Read More
Zoos refuse to inform the public how many animals are killed in zoos. Estimates suggest ten thousand large mammals are killed each year in European Zoos alone, never mind other animals. Whilst we keep animals in captivity they risk being killed by the very people who put them there. Zoos mutilate animals. Imagine being a bird and being able to fly.Read More
Pages: 4 Words: 1193 Topics: Animal Testing, Animal Welfare, Animals, Bioethics, Cruelty To Animals, Medication, Research A Question of Animal Testing One day you came across a farm with pigs, cows, sheep, goats, chicken, and other farm animals having a wonderful time on a nice sunny day, but moments later a farmer came across with an axe, a stick, a shotgun, and a knife out of nowhere.Read More
This exclusive film contains some graphic and distressing images of animal cruelty and dead horses, and you might not want children to watch. Posted at 20:53 11 Dec 2017 Couple rescue abandoned.Read More
All the latest breaking news on animal cruelty. Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on animal cruelty.Read More
Let's Weigh in on the Cruelty in Zoos Zoos are based on the menageries of old and harken back to a time when Europeans used to pillage other continents and steal their treasures.Read More
On January 1, 2016, the FBI added cruelty to animals as a category in the Uniform Crime Report, a nationwide crime reporting system commonly used in homicide investigations. While only about a third of U.S. communities currently participate in the system, the data generated will help create a clearer picture of animal abuse and guide strategies for intervention and enforcement.Read More