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  • wild animals

    People have been enchanted by the idea that even the wildest animals can befriend the right person. In reality, keeping a wild animal as a pet often has disastrous results for the animals and the people, yet wild and exotic animals continue to be imported into the US and sold to incompetent owners. ...

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  • Taking the Wild Out Of the Wild Animal

    Amber WRI 95.01 Professor Goodman March 11, 2014 Argumentative Essay Outline Zoos: Taking The WILD Out of Animals Grabbing the audiences’ attention Going to the zoo seems completely normal and extremely fascinating for most families, but what happens behind the scenes is where going to the zoo...

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  • Wild Animal as Pet??

    Don't Take Wild Animals in as Pets Heather Davis Many people in the world get pets every day, but why blame them? There's nothing wrong with having a friend of another species. But, if you want a pet, there is one thing you shouldn't do. You should never take an animal from the wild, and keep them...

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  • wild animals as pets

    December 2012 Exotic Animals As Pets According to HSUS, the human society of the United States, wild animal trade is a multi-billion business, following to drugs and weaponries on the black market. It is a fifteen billion dollar industry in America alone. Keeping wild animals as pets not only risks...

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  • Wild Animal Jess

    The fox is a very versatile animal. It lives all over the world and in all different kinds of habitats. It is sneaky and cunning in many folk tales and in real life as well. They are known for killing farmer’s chickens and getting away with it. A fox’s personality is one that can be raging with energy...

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  • Why Wild Animals Are Not Pets

    As many people know, having wild animals as pets is becoming more popular, but should not be taken in. Wild animals like lions, tigers and bears are not considered to be good house pets like a dog or a cat (which are considered domestics animals). These type of animals have needs that can easily be met...

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  • Wild Animals Protection

    Whether or not to protect wild animals attracts much attention, which has never happened before. Some argues that the protection is a waste of money, for there is no enough place for people, not mention wild animal. As me, protecting animals is such a serious problem that we can’t shrug off lightly,...

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  • Private Ownership of Wild Animals

    Animal Ethics Beholding a wild animal can be a captivating experience, one that I hope everyone gets the privilege to enjoy, but I doubt anybody will be having much fun once that same animal is on the loose in their neighborhood. Since the 2011 incident in Ohio, in which 56 exotic animals were released...

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  • Wild animals as pets?

    monkeys, and many other wild animals to be their pet. Keeping wild animals as pets can be appealing, but it is important to remember that keeping a wild animal as a pet is associated with many potential problems, not to mention legal and health issues. Keeping wild animals as pets requires a great...

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  • Wild Animals and Survival Techniques

    Wild Animal Profiles African Elephant | Mammal. The largest living land mammal, the African elephant weighs 3500 to 7000 kilograms (3.5 to 7 tons) and stands 3.4 meters (11 feet) high. The elephant's remarkable trunk serves variously as a nose, arm, hand, foot and multi-purpose tool. The trunk...

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  • The Perception of a Wild Animal

    Jasmine Ligacion Mrs. Bridgman ENG 3U1 – 05 3 October 2013 The Perception of a Wild Animal In Rudyard Kipling’s poem of The White Man’s Burden, the nameless cultural figure is created in the image of a wild animal through which is seen, in the eyes of a white man, a vital obligation to colonize...

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  • Wild animals in captivity

    Wild animals should be kept in captivity and no animals should be used for scientific experiments. Do you agree? Wild animals are kept in captivity for a variety of reasons and in a range of environments, including zoos and circuses, scientific laboratories and also as pets at home. Caring for a...

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  • Against Wild Animals as Pets

    Wild Animals as Pets “Between 13,000 and 2,500 B.C., humans domesticated dogs, cats, cattle, goats, horses, and sheep from their wild counterparts. Although the terms taming and domestication are often used interchangeably, they are not the same. Individual wild animals can be tamed to behave in...

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  • wild animals as pets

    pets die within the first year and 90% of the remainder die in the second year. That means that only 1% lives past the age of two." Every year wild animals seriously hurt or kill people, usually their owners or family members. Big cats have killed many children and even grown men, not to mention the...

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  • Domestic or wild animal

    A domesticated animal is any animal that depends on a human for food, water and shelter this includes farm animals such as cattle, horses, sheep, chickens, goats, dogs and cats.  There are relatively few domesticated animals compared to the huge number of species on the planet. As well as the obvious...

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  • Into the Wild Essay

    speculate all they want, but unless they have had similar experiences as the individual, they must refrain all judgments. In the nonfiction work Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer, many readers have harshly judged the main character, Chris McCandless, as stupid and thoughtless for his dangerous and ultimately fatal...

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  • Into the Wild Essay

    In October, 1990--more than three months after McCandless left Atlanta--his Datsun was found abandoned at Lake Mead National Recreation Area by Park Ranger, Bud Walsh. Of course, without license plates, Walsh could not trace the car to McCandless. The rangers kept the car for driving around the park...

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  • Into the wild essay

    Into The Wild Have you ever considered giving your life savings of $24,000 to charity and disappearing into the wild with barely any supplies? What about burning, literally burning, all the cash you had? Chris McCandless did things most people wouldn’t even think of doing. Money simply had no value...

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  • The Dangers of Owning Wild Animals

     The Dangers of Owning Exotic Animals as Pets Dawn Patton COM/156 October 06, 2013 Myrene Magabo The Dangers of Owning Exotic Animals as Pets On the evening of Tuesday October 18, 2011 in Zanesville, Ohio over 49 wild and exotic animals including 18 Bengal tigers were shot and killed...

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  • Into the Wild Essay

    in nature.  Chris McCandless went into the wild in April of 1992 leaving all his possessions behind, giving his money away to charity, and changing his name.  He sacrificed everything to go on an adventure or a life time.  Chris McCandless’s journey to the wild reflects the ideas American Romantic writers...

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