Should animal share the same rights as people?
Currently, animals' rights have been a hot issue discussed widely. Since animals and humans all are living creature, should animals have their rights, which means that it is immoral and illegal to take their meat for food or kill them in research experiment? As far as I am concerned, animals' rights should be respected by human in a certain degree, but inferior to humans'. In order to keep the equilibrium of ecosystem, human ought to protect animals, especially which are being extinct. Excluding the concerning of animals' rights, keeping animals in an appropriate amount is human's obligation. Only keeping the ecological balance can we human better enjoy the natural resources provided by the earth. Therefore, it's fair and righteous to stop poaching wild animals which are facing the danger of dying out. Should animals be taken the same as human? It has been a long time that animals are killed in research experiments. For instance, nearly every medicine is tested on animals before used by human. There is no denying that hundreds of thousands of animals are maimed or killed in research projects each year. Does it mean that we ignore animals' rights even they are killed for good purpose like humans' health? In that case, how about the meat we non-vegetarians eat every day? Should human stop eating meat as a result of animals' rights? If that were true, human might die out due to lack of animal protein. Animals’ rights are a complex question mixed with many factors such as human’s emotion and animal welfare. In current society, some cats and dogs are treated preferably and live in a better condition than the “inferior” people. What essence can we find out through such phenomenon? In the long course of evolution, human evolved from the chimpanzee and now rule the world. Humans are gradually separated from animals. Therefore, considering animals’ rights from human’s aspect is not exact and precise....
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