A cage is an enclosure used to confine or protect something. People nowadays keep animals in cages for entertainment and profit purposes. Some people say that caging the animals is a money-making gimmick and it is unethical as it deprives them of their freedom. However, there are other reasons, such as the importance of preserving the species to ensure it does not go into extinction, giving people a chance to appreciate wildlife that is impossible to find in a modern, commercialized city and protecting the human population from any threats caused by dangerous animals.
-Keeping animals in cages increase the chances that they do not go into extinction. - Gives future generations the chance to enjoy these wildlifes too. -Captive breeding for most animals, except for those that cannot survive in captivity, increases their population size. -Many skeptics criticize that keeping animals in enclosures cause them to lose their natural instinct. Hence lose their ability to hunt for food and die from starvation -But if they were to remain in the wild, there is a high chance that they would not survive. Eg. Global warming, change in climate-floods, droughts. Unable to adapt to the sudden change of environment. -They would also be protected from illegal poachers who hunt animals for their body parts -eg rhinoceros horn used in traditional Chinese medicine
- People can also learn more about wildlife creatures that cannot be found in their country and gain knowledge about their plight. - People can also learn more about these wildlife creatures and gain knowledge about their plight. -eg Singapore Zoo entertains visitors with animal shows which carry an educational message that it is important to protect these animals. -People may be more cautious of their actions in the future. - These animals, in the meantime, get all their basic necessities, from food to shelter and even medical checkups, improving their standard of living. -Besides,...
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