The Pain of Animals - The Pain of Animals-David Suzuki...

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The Pain of Animals-David Suzuki September 13, 2007 English115 In our newly globalized world, we have the ability to travel all across the planet. This contributes to our intellectual curiosity, and can teach us about the different cultures and ways of life. This may be seen through the native people, landscape, and animals. Although it is not reasonable for everyone to travel to the four corners of the earth to obtain this knowledge; we have other ways of providing this information. The Zoo for example, takes animals from all over the world and places them in an environment for our viewing pleasure and education. Controversially, we have human and animal rights too follow. Abstracting these animals from their homes and native lands in argued to be closely linked to animal cruelty and morally wrong. At what price will these animals have to pay for our growth and leisure? Animals relocated to a natural, safe, reliable ecosystem, is the nice way to describe a Zoo. People can come and visit the animals, learn and enjoy themselves. At
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