Any type of job working in a zoo will probably require that you
have at least a 4 year degree. The simple fact about zoo work is
that it is hard to "break in" in addition to your degree you are
going to have a way better shot actually working in the zoo setting
if you have many hours of experience i…
When you consider the fact that all animals in the zoo, or nearly all, are species that normally only exist in the wild, it doesn't take a genius to figure out that living in a cage is not a normal or natural state to them. Some animals seem to adjust to zoo life, and some never do. I enjo…
Since the Victorian era the human population have been
fascinated by the sight of zoos. However, nowadays many people have begun to
loaf the wildlife park on might their Victorian ancestors.
Firstly, (I would like to start by saying
that) many people believe that depriving wild animals o…
By letting the public actually see animals and know how wonderful they are. It can convince people to care more for animals and even possibly get them to be interested in helping out or participating in efforts for the conservation of wildlife.
There are many different types of veterinarians, each with their own unique working conditions. However, in general, small animal veterinarians in private practice (the vet who looks at cats and dogs) work primarily inside a clinic. They usually work a regular day shift but may have to work overnigh…
Veterinarians are staffed at Avilon Zoo to take care of the animals
when they are sick or injured. Care of newborn animals is also
provided when needed. Food is readily available as well to the
3,000 animals that inhabit Avilon Zoo.
Zoos take in animals whose habitats have been, or are being, destroyed, or that do not have enough food. Zoos help the animals by putting them in captivity, supplying them with food and a suitable habitat. Some zoos also take in animals who were orphaned as babies or were injured in an acc…
In most zoos, each type of animal has a handler or care team that feed, cleanup after and look after their group of animals. Each team feeds their animals their proper food items at proper intervals. Paid admissions, donations and sometimes city/state/federal checks are the funding that provide for …
you need to study a lot of science and language, also mathematics.
you need 4 years in school to get your normal degeree and 6 months of training.
what can zoos improveThey should let animals a little more freedom and give some hours of break to the animals where people wouldn't stare at them.
At least 400 a year. and i have heard in some extreme cases they get health care
The Indianapolis Zoo opened in 1964. Additional Info: The Zoo celebrated their 40th Anniversary 2004. The Zoo has a million vistors yearly and 3800 animals representing 320 different species.
many zoos at this time do not keep their animals in cages, but in large, fenced in enclosures wich allow them to feel comfortable in a more natural habitat. cages for smaller animals, such as turtles or mice, are large enough to have a few areas; one for resting, one for food, and one for play. cage…
In zoos they get treatments that they need. Food and safety from predator's The Other Side: In the wild. Where they are from. It's incredibly unhealthy to be locked up in a cage, some animals in captivity live shorter periods of time then animals that are in their natural habitat. The wild. I hav…
Zoos may seems like a inhumane way to keep animal... locked up. But the plus side to zoos are they help stop animals from becoming extinct. They are also used for animal research which can help repopulate some species back into the wild. For Zoo life does not prepare animals for the challenges of …
Depends lets look at why they would and why they wouldn't: Would live longer: They have healthcare, food often and fresh water. If they are I'll to zoo will be able to take care of them. Wildlife parks (NOT zoos) provide the animals with mates and enclosures just like the wild, so yeah. They'd liv…
cause they are cool like that man
First, because its inhumane, second because some zoos put them in cages that are much too small, leaving the animals stressed, and overly confined. Lastly, they get so much attention, everyday they have people looking at them, the constant noise is overwhelming, and getting poked, prodded by vets.
Most veterinary technicians work at veterinary clinics with veterinarians, assistants and other support staff. However, some work at teaching hospitals or are teachers themselves.
According to the National Zoo, a part of the Smithsonian Institute, about 2,000 animals from about 400 different species are currently housed there.
Additional Info: They have this new thing, or to me new, Animals cams! Where during visting hours you can watch the animals from live camera…
That they don't let animals roam in different cages
Animals in Zoos ( America, or anywhere to be fair, but I will use America as an example, just to prove my point that America is not perfect) can be beaten, and treated appallingly. One such example took place when an African elephant was…
if you stretch before a run it will just set youre muscels into a stage were you will get tired faster,because if youre going to take long breaths and just take leeps that's going to get you tired the first mile,but if you don't stretch,research says that you relax more and don't get tired easily
The Cape May County Zoo in NJ is free. The park is open at dawn and closes at dusk. Donations are accepted and appreciated.
they shoudl stay in zoo's because if poachers keep on going to kill all these animals in Africa than there will be no more left for the next generation of children and if there is none left then they cannot learn about them zoo's allow these animals to live on for the next generation
It all depends on one's opinion. On one side, people believe that animals should not be kept in captivity as they believe it is cruel. Caged animals can become bored and can't hunt or interact with family - as they are more than likely removed from them. Cats, such as lions etc do thrive on hunting …
The biggest zoo is in St. Louis, Missouri.
AnswerAlthough this might be meant as the goal of most zoos, it is unfortunate that some, especially smaller zoos, care more for money than they do for their animals. By keeping them confined to small cages with little room to move, while taking the profits made from saving space, for more animals. …
Good things about science are. - It can help us determine whether there is life on other planets.-Helps find out , if people have sicknesses or not.-Determines the life cycle on the planet earth.-Experience fire water light etc. -Know how machines work. -Know the difference between aliens and human …
Lion Country Safari Answer
Long before Kings Dominion had any rides it was a drive through zoo called Lion Country Safari. You could pay to drive along side Giraffies, Lions, Hippos, Tigers every animal you could name. They would walk around cars and some times Lions would walk ontop of cars. In …
No, The San Diego Zoo is bigger than the San Antonio Zoo.
That is pretty much based on personal preference.
Here are some opinions from other contributors.
Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.
The Bronx Zoo in New York City
San Diego Zoo
A Zoo:A zoo is a park or institution where a collection of animals
live and are viewed by the public.
yes there should be Zoos because you see them in cages and they cant kill you. you can see the most coolest animals in the world Sure there are some zoos that kill animils and that is really sad but we are trying to stop it and you can help.:) I love zoos and used to go to the zoo when i was youn…
Yes, but its called a Xenomorph
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Usually you don't shut them down at all. Actually if you want to shut it down - you have to tell it why your shutting it down - not sure if this applies to Linux servers. But if you ever try shutting down and starting up a server with just an active directory and exchange installed... you will soon …
The Detroit Zoo has more than 1,500 animals representing 260 different species, on 125 acres of land. The zoo has about one million visitors per year. For more details, please see the sites listed below.
The Denver Zoo has about 4,000 animals in residence, and they represent roughly 700 different species, of which 155 are considered "endangered species". These animals draw over 1.6 million human visitors to the zoo yearly. For more details, please see the sites listed below.
Answer: i think they should copy their habitat to make them feel at home ;) :)
According to the July 2009 news release, the National Zoo has several new additions. Their Clouded Leopard has given birth to a little girl cub, and she wasn't the only busy mother. Another mother, named "Brandy", listed with an endangered status of "critically endangered". This Przewalski's horse g…
This data isn't published, but a rough estimate would be about
The Nashville Zoo does list their salaries or hourly wages online.
You would have to call the human resources at the zoo and ask how
much they pay workers.
As an education facility to bring wild animals not normally seen by most people to a central secured park for everyone to enjoy.
Many zoos run breeding programmes to increase numbers of endangered animals, not only in captiviy put also in the wild, as many zoos run release programmes to introduce s…
To practice veterinary medicine in the United States, you must have a DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) degree as well as a license to practice for the State you are in. Most countries have similar requirements.
Frederick Law Olmsted
They forget how to survive in the wild, they depend on humans too much, also they forget how to sociallize with others in the wild and might be killed by its on kind.
I heard of this a long time ago. When an animal is injured or sick in the zoo they need cells in areas throughout the zoo that the medical teams can have easy access to the animal without endangering themselves, and without moving the animal too far from it's normal enclosure. So, they can keep the …
Zoos provide shelter and breeding sanctuaries for animals that are endangered. Because of habitat destruction, especially in tropical environments, many animals are illegally hunted, destroyed or pushed to the point of extinction. Zoos help save animals so that they do not get killed in the wild. Zo…
That depends on what you do. If you're a exotic animal
veterinarian, you probably make a lot more than the guy who sells
The biggest zoo is Henery Doorly Zoo, In Omaha Ne. WIth over 17,000 animals and over 962 species. And over 130 acers.
yes and no.
The Cons of Having Zoos:
Personally I detest zoos only because I love nature and love to see animals in their natural habitat. It saddens me to see monkeys, seals, bears, etc., caged in or dolphins in what look like fair-sized pools of water, but, when you consider the vast ocean that they belong i…
They get fed well and treated well
Zoos are places of education and are even conserving endangered wild life species.They help endangered species reproduce. They give animals day to day attention and human interaction. Victoria Hollon fifth grade Nov,13, 2012
Lions Tigers BearsGiant PandaRed PandaApesMonkeysGiraffeLemurs ElephantsRhinosHipposWolvesKangarooGazelleZebraPenguinsFlamingos
In a way they are keeping them from the wild and making them be a show. But on the other hand these animals are endangered and breeding them helps keep the number of them up. And if they lived in a rainforest they could have been killed so they have saved there lives so there not cruel
There are 8 Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins at the Indianapolis Zoo. 5 females: Adults: Nova, Ripley, China Sub-Adults: Kalei, Indy 3 Males: Adults: Sundance, Kimo Sub-Adult: Jett
The Bronx Zoo in the Bronx, New York City, New York is the largest zoo in the US.
30,000 a month
pretty much its, a lot, cuz people catch them so other people could see it and pay money to see it. those people are really cheap of doing that.
Zoos help research, by seeing, and recording how animals react, their behavior to new and different stimuli. How they live, teaches people stuff that is impossible to see just by glancing. They offer the chance to study and watch species over long periods of time, even for generations, to see social…
The first public zoo in the world was established by Queen Hatshepsut in 1500 B.C. in Egypt. She had animals collected from all over Africa.The Philadelphia Zoo opened on July 1, 1874. In addition to being the first zoo in the United States, it opened the first childrens' zoo in the Western Hemisphe…
55,000 - 99,000
Most animal care and service workers are trained on the job; however, employers generally prefer to hire people who have some experience with animals. Some training programs are available for specific types of animal caretakers, such as groomers, but formal training is usually not necessary for entr…
They can help rebuild a vanishing species.
it is i believe the Singapore zoo. very lovely and humane as far as zoos go, it lets some of its animals wander freely on the grounds, not the big cats of course, but some small monkeys and other lil creatures.
I've been looking into this job lately and looking at it most statistics gather at around 14 or so dollars an hour starting (around 28-30k a year) so earnings are not high... but it also says that if you lovvvve animals that's payment enough sometimes :3
Animals in captivity live shorter lives than ones in the wild, because they are often more stressed and are unable to do various things that wild animals can do/learn to do in the wild.
It can be both! It depends on the animal, some animals like the Black footed ferret, lives longer in captivity. W…
Just starting at a zoo you would get minimum wage. The longer and higher up in the zoo administration you get the higher the wage, over $40,000 per year.
There are many tools. you should try to look it up on another website to find out.
Moctezuma commissioned the first zoo. But He didn't comission it in Soth America, it was in North America.
zoo is short for zoological garden, zoological comes from the greek word zoion which means animal
The Ordnance Survey is the national mapping agency of Great
Britain. On an Ordnance Survey map, a zoo is represented by an
You need to be 16 and good with animals.
The Detroit Zoo is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and 10 Mile Road (I-696) in Royal Oak. There is also the Binder Park Zoo in Battle Creek, the Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, and the John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids.
Additional Info: Also listed is the Garlyn Zoo …
Zoos are bad because of all the animals locked up in cages. The rules state that all animals should be released after one year but most zoos don't follow these rules. If animals are released after one year though they are not in cages the soon die of starvation because the cannot hunt. because they…
It's better for an animal to be in a zoo than the wild, since the zoo provides a safer sanctuary for them, away from hunters. Similarly, if they got unwell then in the wild they would have no one to care for them, but in the zoo there will always a zoo keeper and vet. Those 2 reasons are the main ex…
There are about 600 species.
There are a mutitude of animals abused but by far dog outweighs the rest. Cats are second.
because they really need to grow up instead of running around the streets in nappys. cheer up small people you will grow up soon we know you sit on the loo because you need a number 2 when you fall down you come back up and your face in brown hey littile person you are a clown
will the animals mite be hart and the zoos people that get them .they rescue the animals
Animals are kept in zoos so they dont have poachers coming and killing their habitat and also if they get ill experts and vets are there to help them get better and also don't you think that animals will have a longer life in captivity? Also in zoos you can learn more about them and the animals can …
Animals live in the zoo to protect them from hunters or their environment being ruined or if an animal is neglected,abused,smuggled, or injured they can be sent to a zoo to show that the animals are not crazy killers and they are kind and gentlejadlen grant
A Zoo or Aquarium Director makes between $100,000 to $1,000,000 a Year depending on the size of the facility. A small Aquarium Director is closer to $100,000 and a large Zoo Director makes closer to $1,000,000. On average it is probably around $250,000 per year. You can look up the top paid people f…
yes and it has over 20,000 animal
NO! They want to be in the wild! Which is their home!
Well, there are some instances when they may prefer the zoo, compared to where they are coming from. Sometimes a zoo gets animals from cramped, little traveling circuses, small road side petting sites, and individuals unprepared for the wild ani…
They are both.
They are helpful because they take in animals which need help and are becoming extinct through the rape of the environment by man. Through breeding programmes animal numbers are increased and can be re-introduced into the wild, or at least a game reserve. Zoo animals live longer be…
Speaking for myself, I like going to the zoo, and I like bringing my young friends to the zoo. It exposes them to the natural world beyond what can be found in their local city park, and helps to stimulate their interest and concern for wild things. Yes, many zoo animals have been taken from the wil…
Bristol is the largest city in South West England, and lies between
Somerset and Gloucestershire.
People feel it is not fair to animals to keep them locked in cages
at the zoo. Having animals at the zoo allows people to learn more
about them, which may keep animals from becoming endangered.