That's right though I don't think they should be confine but the zoo kind of have a way of protecting them. So it is still a win win at the end of the day.Yeah I don't particularly agree with Zoo's. However, they do serve as a way to protect a species and some have great breeding programs that help preserve a species etc
That's right though I don't think they should be confine but the zoo kind of have a way of protecting them. So it is still a win win at the end of the day.
I liked your answer to compare the zoos.Eeeeehh, yes and no? Some kind of need to be pend up for their protection. The same could be said for dogs being kept at home where they need wide open fields to play in most days.
But we can't get them all into the zoo. They are other ones still in the wilds. It wouldn't be bad to protect some by having them in the zoo even if it is for recreational activitiesI slightly disagree that it is a win-win situation for an animal that is wild and can be able to survive by hunting. They hunt to eat, and being in the zoo have never been seen to help them in any way.