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Research Position– marinebio18

Zoos and Aquariums: Exploitation of Animals, not Education Today 3,200 tigers roam free in the wild. Approximately 5,000 tigers are held in captivity at zoos around the world. These tigers are given a death sentence when they are brought to … Continue reading

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Reflective– marinebio18

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. My work demonstrates that I have involved myself in a social and recursive process. … Continue reading

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Bibliography – marinebio18

Annotated Bibliography Korneliussen, Ida. “Can Wild Animals Have Mental Illness?” ScienceNordic. N.p., 24 June 2015. Web. 2 Nov. 2015. Background: This article is about how humans are to blame for the unusual behavior. The author talks about how having animals … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Rewrite – marinebio18

Having Animals in Captivity Does More Good than Harm Keeping animals in captivity is ethical. However, researchers claim that animals who are held in captivity are being harmed by their environment. Today the world is facing many changes such as … Continue reading

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Causal Rewrite -marinebio18

Unnatural Habitats Cause Abnormal Behaviors in Wild Animals A typical day in a zoo consists of little to no time at each exhibit, examining an animal in a small space.Many people believe having animals in captivity is a good idea and … Continue reading

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Open Strong- marinebio18

Today 3,200 tigers roam free in the wild. Approximately 5,000 tigers are held in captivity at zoos around the world. These tigers are given a death sentence when they are brought to zoos for enjoyment and for “educational experience.” Just as … Continue reading

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Definition Rewrite – marinebio18

Are Zoo trips really educational? The idea of holding animals in captivity is a thought that has come and gone in society. Often, observing animals up close and personal is believed to be an educational experience while for many people … Continue reading

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