Human Beings Have All the Right to Domesticate Animals Since They Are the Superior Species. Do You Agree?

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Men have regarded the animals with awe and fear. In terms of physical qualities like strength, speed, sight, hearing, and sense of smell, animals are superior to us. Our ancestors are clearly aware of this fact and never do they perceived them as inferior beings. Admiration for the animals evolved to idolization. Gods that our ancestors worshipped took the form of semi-human and semi-animal. Primitive man respected the animals he hunted and killed. He relied on them for most of his needs. They were his basic food source. The skins and furs of animals clothed him. Their body parts became weapons and tools and ornaments. He had developed adoration towards animals and earned their companionship. Man depended heavily on animals and lived so closely to them that he began to rear some of the more useful ones in captivity. He provided them with shelter and food and overtime the animals developed a mutual liking for humans. They are tamed. As they do not have the need to search for food nor protect themselves from predators, more animals became distinctively smaller and their senses are less acute. The animals thus became domesticated. Overtime, Man has become the domineering species. He had become advanced creatures. He has drastically changed all the physical aspects of the Earth. He had invented machines that are stronger, faster, and much more acute than those of animals. He had weapons that could easily take down animals like lions and boars. He no longer respects nor admires them. Man came to think that he was in fact superior to animals. The world became modernized and many people came to live in cities. To us, the animals are food from supermarkets. Furthermore, faced with the need to feed an ever-increasing population, a farmer exploits his animals as fully as possible. He confined them to cages and fed them by machines. Due to lack of interaction between people and animals, we have distanced away from them and have become rather cruel and uncaring to them....
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