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Species 1 Endangered Species Rights Kristina Snyder SCI: 207 Dependence of man on the environment Dariush Azimi August, 2, 2010
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Species 2 More and more animals become extinct because of humans. That is not fair to them. Humans destroy animal’s homes and shelters, and we hunt them to eat or just to put up as a shrine. Animals should have more rights or the same rights that we have when it comes to their lives. When it comes to animals getting sick, we do nothing about it and they die, but when humans get sick, every researcher tries to find a cure for all diseases. So my point is why don’t we find cures for animals when they get sick? Why can’t animals have the same rights as humans? Most animals have lived a full life, but certain kinds of animals are extinct because of diseases and loss of their homes, due to humans destroying their lives. Animals should have the same rights as humans, for the fact that animals did not ask to be put on this earth, neither did humans, but we are all here and should be treated the same.
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Species 3 A majority of all animals that were living on this earth are now extinct. Most of the animals that are now extinct are extinct due to humans tearing down their habitats and hunting for food. Construction is more common now than what it used to be. The more we construct and tear down trees and forest, the more we are killing animals and the chances of survival go down. We may be making more homes for humans and making more money by building businesses, but we are also killing wildlife. Some think that just because you see a owl where you are tearing down a tree, it won’t matter because it is only one owl, but a majority of animals do not travel alone, so really you tore down a tree of a family of owls. Where there is one animal, there is more, they do not travel
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2011 for the course SCIENCE 207 taught by Professor Reale during the Spring '11 term at Ashford University.

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