Grade 11 Life Orientation
Assessment Task1: Participating in Democracy
Grade 11 B Yanni Liang
Topic: Wild animals deserves forest rather than cage
We, the undersigned, call on the District Forest Office to: 1) Stop caging the wild animals for the development of picnic spot. 2) Investigate the activities which are against wildlife welfare act-2029 in the country and develop welfare standards.
In recent times, there are many illegal businesses who have been caging natural protected animals for establishment of picnic spot in the free area outside the forest in order to attract the visitors and make profits. Here is an example, Panchakanya Community Forest User Group of Chitwan has been caging three pythons and a deer. The acts of caging wild animals is not legal, they not only harm wild animals, but also destructs the natural law, leading to the decline in the number of wild animals in South Africa. Animal Rights Club (ARC) strongly condemns this initiative and requests the government to stop caging the wild animals.
The possible solution involves the government to establish an anti-imprisonment of wild animals organisation for people who love and want to protect wild animals to join. The organisation could then petition some laws to punish illegal animal confinement. On the other hand, we can urge everyone to stop imprison wildlife animal and report this behavior by putting more publicity on the issue of imprisonment of wild animal in South Africa as the media plays a very important role in people's lives.
Good morning everyone.
Today I want to point out why wild animals deserves forest rather than cage. People who make profits by caging wild animals, according to Wildlife Welfare Act- 2029 , are illegal to cage any wild animals for financial and entertaining purposes, yet we still find more and more community forest and private game reserves adopting such trend. Wild...
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