pet issue - Khalil Kanbar Anthro300 m/w 10:30 Non-Human...

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Khalil Kanbar Anthro300 m/w 10:30 Non-Human Primate Survival Issue The survival issue I decided to write on is one particularly only affecting chimpanzees. Even though most people do not recognize this at all, or even think it is in anyway a bad thing to do, out of all non-human primates the chimpanzee is commonly selected in having as a pet to keep and can be purchased and maintained for around 10,000 to 50,000 dollars. As most people don’t know when buying one, chimps require the same amount of attention and love as a regular human baby. They need to be constantly watched over and taken care of since chimps in the wild are watched over 24hours a day by there mother, plus you have to spend almost all day with it to keep it happy. Chimps can also be severely dangerous when upset and can have anger fights which can cause major damage and there aggression will be taken out on anyone they see not only the owners, which means having guests over will put them it great danger. Not only that,
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course ANTHRO 300 taught by Professor H during the Spring '11 term at American River.

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