ENG112.Ass3.Pham Quoc An

ENG112.Ass3.Pham Quoc An - Subject Code: ENG112 Should...

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Subject Code: ENG112 Should endangered species of animals be kept in zoos? The world population is increasing everyday. As a result of increasing of population, people naturally enlarge their land for housing, food, and the need of resources such as oil, wood, and metal. Day by day, people damage the environment which contains a lot of living life, especially, wild animals. This caused many groups of animals to decline and even extinct. Perhaps to redeem this hideous mistake, people built more places, which are called zoos, to keep and protect wild animals. Zoos are probably the most complex forms of animal keeping in the world. Many animals from many areas over the world are kept together in a small region. People may think that zoos are good place for keeping endangered species of animals. However, there are some factors on why people think that it is unethical to keep endangered species of animals in zoos. In the following essay, I will provide some examples as well as evidences on both for and against keeping endangered species of animals in zoos. One argument in favor of the endangered species of animals to be kept in the zoos is educational, especially to the children. They can learn more about animals, like the species and the appearance of those animals. This can widen their horizons by not just learning about animals in textbook, but authentic experience in the zoos. This can also enhance their awareness on protecting and treasuring animals when they grow up.
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