"Our National Animal Tiger" Essays and Research Papers

  • Our National Animal Tiger

    includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative.Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems. Deserts, rain forests, plains, and other areas including the most developed urban sites, all have distinct forms of wildlife. While the term in popular culture usually refers to animals that are untouched by human factors...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Fauna of India 2489  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tigers

    February 4 2013 Is the kingdom of the true feline King about to fall? Asian species expert Dr. Barney said, “Saving tigers is simple. All they need is enough prey, space and protection. The difficult part is securing commitment from the world to save the species” (WWF, n.p.). 3 Actually there are six species of Tigers living in the wild. From the smallest species, the Sumatran tiger, to the largest one, the Siberian which can reach up to 10 feet long. They are all critically endangered. They live...

    Conservation biology, Conservation reliant species, Endangered species 1517  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tiger: English Language Tutorials

    Lets Start To Save The Tigers   2]Shot the “tiger” with the camera not with the gun.   3]Tiger Tiger burning bright, will not let you fade out of sight, that is my promise and for you we will fight. 3]Consider the birds and the bees and stop cutting down them trees. 4] After they disappear, will you then shed a tear? 5]Save our Tigers, Save our Pride. 6]Save tiger otherwise you will lose the pride.   7]Save the tigers, save a life. 8]Save national animal save nationality.   9]Look...

    Animal, English-language films, Tiger 410  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Tiger

    Tigers are the largest members of the cat family. They live in Asia and belong to the same genus as the lion, leopard, and jaguar. Two major subspecies of the tiger are the Siberian tiger and the Bengal tiger. The tiger is thought to have originated in northern Asia during the Pleistocene Epoch. <br> <br><b>Scientific classification: </b> <br>Tigers belong to the family Felidae. The scientific classifications of each tiger are listed in the "Types of Tigers" section of this report. <br> <br><b>Appearance</b> <br>The...

    Bengal tiger, Javan Tiger, Megafauna of Eurasia 1129  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tigers

    The tiger, largest of all cats, is one of the most charismatic and evocative species on the Earth; tiger is also one of the most threatened. Only 6,000 or so remain in the wild, most in isolated pockets spread across increasingly fragmented forests stretching from India to south-eastern China and from the Russian Far East to Indonesia. Across its range, tigers are being poisoned, electrocuted, blown up by land mines, trapped, snared, shot and captured. The majority of tigers are sought to meet...

    Conservation biology, Conservation reliant species, Endangered species 1063  Words | 4  Pages

  • Animals Are Not Ours to Abuse

    Animals Are Not Ours to Abuse There needs to be stricter laws to protect the rights of animals and stop the cruelty that they witness. Animals withstand a huge amount of pain and torture for human beings. Many people do not realize how much animals suffer only to benefit ourselves. Whether it is known by society or not the abuse and torture that these animals withstand for our entertainment, food, cosmetics and household products can be very inhumane and unethical. Many of these animals...

    Animal rights, Animal testing, Animal welfare 1415  Words | 4  Pages

  • Endangered Animals

    Introduction Endangered animals are one of the most issues that are affecting the earth today. Endangered animals are any species of animals that is at significant risk of extinction due to the dramatic decline in its population and habitat destruction. The endangerment caused by poaching, global warming and human activities. All life on earth is part of a nature balanced, and all species are dependent on each other to maintain the planet's ecosystem. Removing one species from the system will have...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Endangered species 862  Words | 3  Pages

  • Save the Tiger

    Save the Tiger This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (October 2009) Save the Tiger is a 1973 film about moral conflict in contemporary America. It stars Jack Lemmon, Jack Gilford, Laurie Heineman, Thayer David, Lara Parker and Liv Lindeland. The film was directed by John G. Avildsen. The screenplay was adapted by Steve Shagan from his novel of the...

    Bengal tiger, Jack Lemmon, John G. Avildsen 861  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tiger Ecology

    Courtship of Tigers………………………………………………………………………..5 Tiger Diet and Eating Habits……………………………………………………………………………….6 The Life of Tigers…………………………………………………………………………………………..7 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………………….8 The tiger that once ruled folklore and mythology has continued to retain its dominance in modern literature and fiction. Tigers have left their mark on flags, mascots and coat-of-arms. It’s the national animal of Bangladesh. The Royal Bengal Tiger is the state animal of West Bengal...

    Bengal tiger, Javan Tiger, Megafauna of Eurasia 2760  Words | 7  Pages

  • Survey in Bandhavgarh National Park

    REPORT ON SURROUNDING VILLAGES OF BANDHAVGARH NATIONAL PARK Bandhavgarh National Park lies at the geographical centre of India. It is said to be a heaven for Tigers and other wildlife. Declared as a Tiger Reserve in 1993, Bandhavgarh holds the highest density of Tigers in India. Off late there have been some cases of poisoning of Tigers as retaliation by the local villagers but still the King roams freely in and around Bandhavgarh. With a few Tigers left in the wild, every life is precious. The...

    Bandhavgarh National Park, Bengal tiger, Conservation reliant species 1129  Words | 3  Pages

  • India’s Wild Tiger Population

    India’s wild tiger population increases An Indian tiger, known as Charger, breaks an infrared beam and has his photograph taken by remote camera as he drinks from a water hole Bandhavagargh National Park, India. © National Geographic Stock/ Michael Nichols / WWF .India, home to half the world’s wild tigers, announced today that its tiger population has increased to 1,706 from 1,411* since the last tiger census in 2007. “In its detail, this tiger estimation exercise shows the importance India...

    Arctic, Arctic Ocean, Bear 827  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tiger Shark

    Wastebasket of The Sea The Tiger shark, also known as the “wastebasket of the sea”(National Geographic), is the fourth largest predatory shark in the ocean, measuring between twenty and twenty five feet long and can weigh more than 2000 pounds. They have dark, vertical stripes on their bodies which is the reason they are named tiger sharks. According to National Geographic, these stripes fade lighter as the shark grows older, and eventually disappears with age. The head of the tiger shark is somewhat wedge-shaped...

    Attack, Attack!, Bull shark 1906  Words | 6  Pages

  • Project Tiger

    Project Tiger, launched in 1973-74, is one of our most successful conservation projects in recent times. The project aims at tiger conservation in specially constituted 'tiger reserves, which are representative of various bio- geographical regions within the country. Is committed to maintaining a viable population of tigers in the wild. An estimate of the population of tigers in India at the turn of the century, placed the figure of 40,000. Subsequently, the first tiger census in India...

    Buffer zone, Conservation in India, Conservation reliant species 742  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Tiger

    The Tiger The Tiger is often described as a particularly dangerous, sly, and invincible predator. The Tiger is the largest of the cat family. They have powerful bodies, large paws, and very sharp claws. The head of the Tiger is rounded and has a convex profile. The ears are black with white in the middle. The Tiger's eyes are a yellowish-orange color, but at night they almost look green. Coloration of the Tiger is reddish yellow or rust- brown on the upper side, and a whitish under side...

    Bengal tiger, Camouflage, KILL 1128  Words | 3  Pages

  • animal rights

    Outline General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that animals should not be used in circuses. Central Idea: Eliminating the use of animals in circuses, will help with animal extinction and mistreatment. I. Attention How many of you, with a show of hands, have been to a circus? If not, have you at least seen clips or examples from movies or on television? From the look of those animals you wouldn’t exactly think that they are abused or mistreated. Here is a clip that...

    Animal rights, Animal welfare, Circus 1683  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tigers

    Tigers One of my most favorite things to do when going to the zoo is to see the big cats, most especially the tigers. The tiger is the largest of all big cats, and as of right now they are on the verge of extinction. The tiger is the top of the food chain in its natural habitat. They are a revered animal among many cultures and are considered to be one of the most beautiful animals on the planet. Due to poaching, illegal trade and the encroach­ment of their habitats, the tiger is now one of the...

    Biodiversity, Endangered species, Extinction 919  Words | 3  Pages

  • Poaching: Siberian Tiger

    Siberian tiger, has been roaming earth for many years. The Siberian tiger subspecies has been subjected to many obstacles, which make it very difficult for it to survive. Their main threat is not lack of food, but “man,” one of God’s most fierce and cruel species. Because of man the tiger population has reduced to approximately 400 in the wild, and restricted their remaining habitat to the Russian Far East (Field Projects). Man has done many things to destroy the Russian Siberian tiger. They have...

    Bengal tiger, Conservation biology, KILL 1134  Words | 3  Pages

  • Animals in Our Home

    ANIMALS IN OUR HOME Home According to Miriam Webster, it is a one's place of residence, the social unit formed by a family living together Domesticated Animals 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. Domesticated animals retain many of their basic instincts and drives but are not able to survive on their own in the wild, dogs, cats, or birds, whose strongest...

    Animal-assisted therapy, Dog, Domestication 1419  Words | 4  Pages

  • Siberian Tiger

    Siberian Tiger Panthera Tigris Altaica Alejandra Benavides Biology Class Period 7 • September 26, 2012 1 Introduction The Siberian tiger, also known as the Amur tiger, is a tiger subspecies inhabiting mainly in the mountain region of Primorski Krai in eastern Russia. The population has been stable more more than a decade due to intensive conservation efforts. Surveys from 2005 indicate that the tiger population is declining, showing the species is still endangered. Unlike the Bengal...

    Bengal tiger, Caspian Tiger, Conservation biology 1690  Words | 7  Pages

  • Save Tigers

    everybody’s need but not for anybody’s greed” these lines were quoted by the father of our nation who was very apt in voicing his concern about wildlife conservation. Indeed mother nature provides us with enough resources for our need but when that need changes into greed we start exploiting the earth. This greed of a human has bout the world’s most majestic animal to the verge of extinction. ABOUT TIGERS The tiger (Panthera tigris) is the largest cat species, reaching a total body length of up to...

    Bengal tiger, Endangered species, Megafauna of Eurasia 1241  Words | 4  Pages

  • Our National Character

    sTudies COURSE NO 502: NATIONAL CHARACTER OF PAKISTAN (2006-7) Abdul Rauf ASSISTANT PROFESSOR COURSE DESCRIPTION: THERE ARE MANY FACETS OF CHARACTER. THE EMPHASIS IN THIS COURSE WILL BE ON THE IDEA THAT CERTAIN CONCEPTS OF IDEALS AND TRADITIONS ARE LIKELY TO GIVE RISE TO PARTICULAR BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS AMONG THE PEOPLE WHO HOLD IT. THE ISLAMIC CONCEPTS AND TRADITIONS AND THE WESTERN CONCEPTS AND WESTERN IMPERIAL ADVANCEMENT IN THE SUB-CONTINENT INFLUENCED PAKISTAN’S NATIONAL CHARACTER. THE CHARACTER...

    Amin Ahsan Islahi, British Empire, British Raj 846  Words | 4  Pages

  • Animals

    Disadvantages of keeping animals in zoos Hello everybody. My partner has just showed us some benefits of zoos. So now, I am going to talk about the disadvantages of keeping animals in zoos. There are 3 main points that I want to emphasize: Moral perspective, then Abuse and mistreatment, and the final is Wrong Information because of their stress behavior First of all is about the animals’ right. Are zoos really better for the animals, or just for human? In fact, humans are animals too. What if some...

    Animal, Animal welfare, Human 778  Words | 3  Pages

  • Man-Animal Conflicts in India

    The man- animal conflict in the valley of Kashmir has reached a point where conflict is leaving more casualties than before and has become a matter of concern for the people living this part of the world. Although this type of confrontation is not new to the places girded by the forests but never before had number of beastly attacks and consequent deaths crossed a limited count. In Tangmarg area of the Baramulla district, four people have been mauled to death by the bears and leopards besides injuring...

    Conservation biology, Genetic pollution, Natural environment 1537  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tiger

    Tiger Airways looking for Indian partner Chennai, Mar 6:   Tiger Airways, a low-cost carrier, has approached the governments of Singapore and India to open up more air traffic rights between Chennai and the island country – a route that is choking with air passenger traffic. Currently, the slots are exhausted between the two designations. If an airline wants to increase its frequency to Chennai from Singapore, it cannot do at this juncture. It is in this context that Tiger Airways is looking...

    Airline, Chennai International Airport, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport 1144  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bengal Tigers

    Royal Bengal Tiger The Royal Bengal Tiger, once known as the reigning feline of Asia, are now on the brink of extinction. This beautiful species is quickly disappearing due to human activity. Land development has pushed back forestry, which is making it almost impossible for tigers to survive in their range of natural habitat. Additionally, even though it’s illegal to own, hunt or trap tigers, poachers continue to trap and sell tiger parts on the black market. Furthermore, tigers are being separated...

    Bengal tiger, Hybrid, Megafauna of Eurasia 1112  Words | 4  Pages

  • Are Animals Replacing Babies in Our Lives

    is the new American family, one that revolves around pets almost as much as, and in some cases more than, children. In 2008, the American Pet Product Association (APPA) found that 62 percent of American households were comprised of one or more animals in addition to parents, children and other immediate family members (http://www.americanpetproducts.org). While the APPA found that pets are part of 38 percent of households with children under the age of 18, the Humane Society of the United States...

    Dog, Family, Friendship 2044  Words | 11  Pages

  • Endangered Tigers

     November 19, 2013 The Endangered Species of Tigers Tigers are native too much of Asia, ranging from the coldest to warmest rainforests of the Indonesian islands. They are the top predator in every ecosystem they inhabit. The tiger is the largest of all the felid family; and Until the 20th Century there were nine tiger subspecies that probably numbered over 100,000 animals ranging from Bengal, Siberian, Indochinese, South Chinese, Sumatran, Malayan, Caspian, Javan and Bali. Sadly three of...

    Conservation biology, Conservation reliant species, Endangered species 931  Words | 3  Pages

  • stuff the tigers

    Dear Editor, I’m a regular newspaper reader. Recently I stumbled upon Jeremy Clarkson’s article about tigers. Upon reading it I discovered that I strongly disagree with some of his ideas and points of view and the way in which he writes them. On a personal level I am also fond of these wild animals, which gives me reasons to criticise this article. I can understand that it is difficult to find a rather engaging topic for the readers, especially for the younger audiences. However, this article...

    Animal, Conservation biology, Endangered species 1064  Words | 3  Pages

  • Royal Bengal Tigers

    Royal Bengal tigers are the Kings of their domain in the jungle. But, human activities have endangered animals Bengal tiger. Their population has reduced considerably in recent times. Bengal tigers have been a national symbol of many Empires in India Characteristics: The Bengal tiger's characteristic reddish gold fur and black stripes are easily visible to visitors in a zoo. But in the tiger's natural habitat of forest and reed beds, the markings act as camouflage and enable it to disappear...

    Bangladesh, Bay of Bengal, Ganges 611  Words | 3  Pages

  • National Parks

    was declared a national park in 1982 and now it is a World Heritage Site. Valley of Flowers National Park is an Indian national park, located in West Himalaya, in the state of Uttarakhand and is known for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers and the variety of flora. This richly diverse area is also home to rare and endangered animals, including the Asiatic black bear,snow leopard,musk deer,brown bear, red fox,and blue sheep. The gentle landscape of the Valley of Flowers National Park complements...

    Assam, India, Karnataka 2079  Words | 4  Pages

  • Endangered Species: Bengal Tiger

    Endangered Species: Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) By Natalie Hegwein The common name for the species is Bengal Tiger and it belongs to the genus/species Panthera tigris tigris. The Bengal Tiger usually has a reddish brown coat with narrow black, gray, or brown strips going in a vertical direction accompanied by a cream or white underbelly. Although some have a mutation gene which causes the skin color to be white instead of the usual color. Since the tigers generally hunt at dusk...

    Bengal tiger, Conservation biology, Endangered species 956  Words | 3  Pages

  • 11 Recently Extinct Animals Photographs and Information

    Extinct Animals Photographs Here is a list of 11 extinct animals that were photographed while still alive. Includes the Tasmanian Tigers, Quagga, Passenger Pigeon, Golden Toad, Caribbean Monk Seal, Pyrenean Ibex, Bubal Hartebeest, Javan Tiger, Tecopa Pupfish, Syrian Wild Ass&amp; the Baiji River Dolphin. The current rate of extinction is 100 to 1000 times higher than the average, or background rate, making our current period the 6th major mass extinction in the planet’s history!   Tasmanian tiger  ...

    Endangered species, Extinction, Functional extinction 1122  Words | 4  Pages

  • Endangered Tigers

    Endangered Tigers Today wild tigers exist in Eastern Russia, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, North Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bhutan, India and Nepal. In order to live in the wild, tigers need water to drink, animals to hunt, and vegetation in which to hide. As the mountains, jungles, forests, and long grasses that have long been home to tigers disappear, so too, do tigers. Agricultural expansion, timber cutting, new roads, human settlement, industrial expansion and hydroelectric dams push...

    Alternative medicine, Conservation biology, Conservation reliant species 1049  Words | 3  Pages

  • ANimal

    November 2012 For the Love of Animals Most households today have a beloved cat, dog, rabbit, fish, or other pet of some sort that they unconditionally care for and protect. What if your pet had ended up in a laboratory, forced to undergo painful experiments, instead of in your care? Unfortunately, that has been the fate of millions of animals every year dating back since before the nineteenth century. Researchers believe they are helping people by putting animals through these cruel experiments...

    Animal Liberation Front, Animal rights, Animal testing 2064  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tigers Effect on the Ecosystem

    many factors that are limiting the strength of our ecosystem. These factors have made many environments around the world very vulnerable. The main ecosystem I will focus on will be the habitats that tigers live in. More specifically I will focus on the effects that tigers have on their ecosystem and what would happen if tigers we to unfortunately go extinct. The tiger is one of the biggest components in its ecosystem besides for humans. Without tigers in their ecosystem their environment would completely...

    Bengal tiger, Megafauna of Eurasia, Panthera 1228  Words | 4  Pages

  • Our National Duties

    Foundation, Pakistan Email: ceo@ajmfoundation.com Website: www.ajmfoundation.com BEING A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON YOUTH AND INTERFAITH COMMUNICATION, ORGANIZED BY NEW ERA EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE SUPPORT FOUNDATION, NATIONAL LIBRARY, JOS, NIGERIA, FROM 24-25 OCTOBER, 2009 Once Martin Luther King said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one...

    Development, Economic development, Sociocultural evolution 2431  Words | 7  Pages

  • Are Animals Part of Our Moral Community

    still happen in the world, it is without doubt understood that acts such as human sacrifices, slavery, and even murder, are all acts that are inhumane and no longer accepting in this generation as it may have been in the generations before ours. With time our world evolves and not everything that was ok yesterday will be ok today or tomorrow. The world as a whole is constantly enforcing new laws and even ruling out some old ones. Freedom of speech, voting rights, and equality are only a few examples...

    Animal rights, Animal welfare, Cruelty to animals 1911  Words | 5  Pages

  • Animals in Danger

    классе по теме "Animals in Danger" (Животные в опасности) План урока Цели урока: - развитие грамматических навыков сравнивать времена (Past Continuous и Past Simple); - развитие умений учащихся читать с полным охватом содержания и с целью извлечения конкретной информации; - развитие речевых умений в диалогической форме речи. Ход урока I. Организационный момент (приветствие и объяснение целей урока/ Good morning, children. I’m glad to see. I hope you are fine and feel ready for our work. ...

    Accept, African Bush Elephant, African elephant 1134  Words | 4  Pages

  • Do We Really Love Our Animals?

    Do you consider yourself a pet lover? Do you love animals in general? Can you imagine yourself as a little boy in a trailer far away from the depths of socialization? Once upon a time there was this boy, and this boy had a friend. No matter how hard times got he had Bo. The boy was incredibly happy because he had always dreamed of having a dog like that, a companion. Then your friend dies and you are left standing. Can you imagine the pain?<br><br>Nobody likes to lose a good friend or a pet, and...

    Animal rights, Animal testing, Draize test 2632  Words | 6  Pages

  • Save Tigers in India

    Save Tigers 1411 left in India! Steps to save Tigers  10:21 AM |  Posted by Rocky Singh Over the past century the number of tigers in India has fallen from about 40,000 to less than 4,000 (and possibly as few as 1,500). Relentless poaching and clearing of habitat for agriculture have been the primary drivers of this decline, though demand for tiger skins and parts for "medicinal" purposes has become an increasingly important threat in recent years. However the news is not all bad. Research...

    Conservation biology, Conservation reliant species, Ecology 1901  Words | 6  Pages

  • Is Asean a Toothless Tiger?

    IS ASEAN A TOOTHLESS TIGER? Association of Southeast Asian (ASEAN) established officially on 8th August 1967 in Bangkok by the participating Government and its members were Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines. Its purpose was to ensure the survival of its members by promoting regional stability and limiting competition between them.[1] The Bangkok Declaration gave birth to ASEAN and it states that the objectives of ASEAN are to accelerate the economic growth, social...

    ASEAN, Brunei, Cambodia 1764  Words | 6  Pages

  • A Tiger in the House

    even adults like reading. He has written books like - The room on the roof, Grandfather’s private Zoo, The blue umbrella ( also a movie).Reference - Wikipedia (Internet) | Review of the story The story is about a pet tiger. The story is told by the Grandchild Grandfather finds a tiger cub in the jungle. Grandmother brings him up as his own child.His name is Timothy. Timothy companions were the monkey and a puppy. Timothy was scared of the puppy initially. The monkey had the courage to pull Timothy's...

    Family, Felidae, Grandparent 1231  Words | 3  Pages

  • Stuff the tiger

    As the population of China becomes more wealthy, demand for illegal tiger parts is booming. Up to 600m Chinese people believe that tiger bones, claws and even penises will cure any number of ailments, including arthritis and impotency. And as a result we’ve just been told, for about the hundredth time, that if nothing is done extinction looms. Well, not complete extinction. Obviously tigers will continue to exist in Las Vegas for many years to come. And in Asia there are so many backstreet...

    Black-and-white colobus, Colobinae, Extinction 951  Words | 3  Pages

  • Animal Experimentation: the Fallacy of Our Ethical System

    Fermin D Gomez Professor Walpole ENC 1101 December 5, 2012 Animal Experimentation: The fallacy of our ethical system Norman led Jennie into the laboratory and had her sit on a metal table near the windows. She sat quietly while Norman fitted her with a helmet containing electrial monitors and couplings for attaching the helmet to other devices. She was watching people walking across the lawn. When Norman finished, she had to lie down while the helmet was secured to a large machine and her...

    Animal Liberation Front, Animal rights, Animal testing 2213  Words | 7  Pages

  • Animals in Captivity

    Paper 4A: Argument Zoos: Animals in Captivity A zoo is a place where animals live in captivity and are put on display for people to view. The word “zoo” is short for “zoological park.” Zoos contain wide varieties of animals that are native to all parts of the Earth. It is an important debate whether animals should be kept in the zoos or not. Some say that it is necessary to capture them in order to protect them from poachers. Regarding all the efforts to kill animals for ivory, skins and medical...

    Alaska Zoo, Anchorage, Alaska, Binky 2571  Words | 8  Pages

  • Evolution of Tigers

    Evolution of Tigers The tiger (Panthera tigris), a member of the Felidae family, is the largest of the four "big cats" in the genus Panthera include: The tiger, lion, jaguar, leopard. Native to much of eastern and southern Asia, the tiger is an apex predator and an obligate carnivore. 1, The origin and evolution of the tiger. Carnivorous mammals evolved from Miacids small pine marten-like insectivores that lived 60 million - 55 million years ago. The miacids split into...

    Bengal tiger, Felidae, Javan Tiger 1148  Words | 4  Pages

  • Save Animals

    ways its animals are treated" was written by Gandhiji. Man is the only creature that consumes without producing. He does not give milk, he does not lay eggs, he is too weak to pull the plough, he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits. Yet he is lord of all the animals. Animals are considered as property only. All around the world animals are being used for people’s enjoyment like fairs, circuses, amusement parks, zoos, rodeos, horse and dog racing. We also see animals humoring...

    Animal rights, Dissection, Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 1249  Words | 4  Pages

  • Manas National Park, India

    The Manas National Park is located in Assam, India in the Himalayan foothills with a part that extends to Bhutan. The Manas National Park is well known for its rare and endangered endemic wildlife. (Wikipedia, 2008) People may visit the Manas National Park, but only by reservation and via a police escort. Tourist can tour the Manas National Park via a boat, jeep, or trained elephant. Tourist can lodge at different resorts or at two different bungalows that are in the Manas National Park. The diversity...

    Assam, Barpeta, Biodiversity 1469  Words | 4  Pages

  • Animal Smuggling

    ANIMAL SMUGGLING Imagine walking through a American airport and you notice a woman’s skirt flapping up and down. At first thought you think nothing of it, but at second glance you you see feathers falling to the floor and two beautiful toucan parrots trying to make a last chance escape from the airport. One would think this never happens, but in all actuality these toucan parrots were drugged with dangerous tranquilizers and are a long ways from home. These birds are just a fraction of the ten billion...

    Border, Conservation biology, Endangered species 1402  Words | 4  Pages

  • Animal Endangerment

    Animal endangerment is a broad issue, one that involves the habitats and environments where species live and interact with one another. The three main things that this essay will hit on is explaining animal endangerment, human causes, and threatening factors with habitat destruction. What is going to happen to the wild animals if we continue eliminating them at this rate? They will become victims of animal endangerment. What is animal endangerment? Endangerment of an animal means that the...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Conservation biology 939  Words | 3  Pages

  • Save Our Mother Earth

    Let’s save our ‘Mother Earth’ It is the only planet in our solar system on which life exists with incredible biodiversity. People all over the world celebrate this grand event to protect flora and fauna and to clean up the earth on which we live. The noble ‘Earth’ has bestowed the human beings with incredible and beautiful nature in the form of mountains, rivers, forests and various natural resources that helped human beings to survive and initiated our evolution. So, now it’s our time to save...

    Earth, Earth Day, Environmental movement 925  Words | 4  Pages

  • Animal

    even birds. Fish’s brain are not different from ours. One could reasonably adopt a utilitarian cost-benefit approach and argue that the benefits of sport fishing, both financial and recreational, may outweigh the ethical costs of the likely suffering of fish. Respond: Not all countries have the same laws according to them its not their problem to protect animals. The Government of each country is not giving any right to animals as he would give to a human being. In all my entire...

    Animal, Fish, Fishing 1432  Words | 6  Pages

  • 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, after their owner opened all the cages and then took his own life (Caron, 2011). People have had an attraction to owning wild animals for decades, and the amount of injuries that have resulted from...

    Conservation biology, Genetic pollution, Humane society 1659  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tiger Mom

    Tough Love of the Tiger Mom “With no breaks for water or even the bathroom, until at last Lulu learned to play the piece.” Annie Murphy Paul, author of article Tiger Moms: Is Tough Parenting Really the Answer, describes the moment of one of her sources when she had her seven year old daughter practice for many hours until she could play a piano piece perfectly. This iconic source raised an uproar in American society was none other than Amy Chua, author of Battle Hymn of Tiger Mother (Paul, 1)....

    Asian American, Asian people, Family 1175  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tigers Endangered!

    The tiger is the largest cat species in the world; the largest tiger sub-species is the Siberian tiger. The approximate weight of the male is 500 pounds and the female is 300 pounds. The average length of the male tiger is 10 feet and the female 8 feet. The average height of a tiger is 3 feet. The appearance of the tiger depends to a great extent on where the animal lives. Tigers that live in cold regions are paler in colour and larger in size; their fur is long and thick. In warmer climates, tigers...

    Bengal tiger, Big cat, Siberian tiger 896  Words | 3  Pages

  • Animal Rights

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