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    • Animals in Captivity and Extinction
    • Zoos
      • There are about 1200 million zoos in the world
      • The zoo keepers cut the nails and the teeth of the animals for precaution
    • Circuses
      • Treat animals as objects for our amusement, is to treat them without the respect they deserve.
      • In circuses, animals suffer mainly before and after shows. They receive punishment during training, and physical and emotional suffering.
      • The extreme conditions of transport.
      • Tigers caged, chained elephants and other animals are forced to make long journeys, often in hot or cold conditions. Unbearable.
    • Rodeos
      • American rodeo shos only last 8 seconds, but behind, trainers perform many hours of practicewith the animals without supervision.
      • In addition, the stress generated by constant travel, often in vehicles without proper ventilation, and with little concern for thirst, hunger, and comfort, makes these animals have miserable lives.
    • Aquariums
      • To be in marine parks and aquariums wild animals are removed from their natural habitat, the vast ocean, and placed in the facilities located diametrically opposed.
      • In the case of orcas, they are separated from their families and installed in concrete ponds (often with excess chlorine and other chemicals that hurt them) where they must spend their entire life doing stunts .
      • They have to suffer the stressful environmental factors such as: music, fireworks , lack of privacy, etc
    • Animals in Danger of Extinction
      • A total of 16,900 species are threatened by extinction, whereas species become extinct in a number of 1,159
      • The economy depends on the diversity of species. We need them all and in large numbers. We can not afford to lose them
      • Nature is the biggest company on earth which benefit and affects humanity
    • Polar bears and the Global Warming
      • Climate change is destroying their habitat in the Arctic Ocean and
      • reducing the number of species in our planet.
      • It is said that within 50 years two-thirds of the population of polar bears willbecome extinct because the ice is melting and there are too much water everywhere.
      • The polar bears die searching for food
    • If I am a president …
      • I will propose that we look after nature and will live protecting it.
      • I will prohibited to throw rubbish on the floor or to use chemicals or polluting gases.
      • I will not allow to lock or maltreat the animals
      • I will prohibit to cut trees
      • If we damage the planet we won’t have a a planet to live in!