Are pandas better off in the wild or in captivity?
I think that it is good and bad because in captivity they are not free and can't do much thing's or learn how to survive on there own. But, on the other hand in captivity they are much safer and will not be killed. ...
Asked in Animal Life
Why is keeping animals in captivity good?
Keeping animals in captivity is good for conservation. If endangered animals are brought into captivity they once again will have a chance to breed unharmed therefore producing more animals to be released into the wild thus improving the population of that species. In other simpler words, it makes more animals so they don't die off. ...
Asked in Animal Rights and Abuse
Are animals better off in zoo?
No, they are not, animals in captivity normally live shorter lives because staying in captivity they get lazy knowing that their meal come to them because the people who work at the zoo will bring it to them normally and so next time you go to the zoo have a look at them are they being lazy and laying down or are they chasing their own food? - ignore above answer, animals in captivity live longer due to constant food supply and...
Asked in Animal Life
Are animals better off in captivity?
Sometimes they can be but sometimes it can be BAD captivity It depends! I went to a zoo a while ago and the penguins had a tiny swimming place and the water was 3 ft. deep! Guess how many penguins? 17! Its sad how animals are treated this way. Polar bears should not be in Captivity along with (Hippos, Penguins, Lions, ext.) Please try to help<3 ...
Are zoos the best place for endangered animals?
There are those who agree and those who don't. The don'ts would argue that zoo's are a false environment that cause undue mental and physical sufferingand the animals would be better off in the wild even if the ultimate outcome was extinction through diminishing habitat, disease and predation. Those who agree with zoo's would argue that endangered animals can be bred, studied and treated safely in captivity and returned, disease free, to the wild in viable numbers to repopulate habitats.i agree! ...
Asked in Turtles and Tortoises
Why can't desert turtles go back to the wild after contact with humans?
Tortoises and turtles held in captivity can pick up diseases and spread them to wild animals. The captive animals live a fairly stress-free life so are able to fend off the diseases. However, wild populations live a more stressful life and their immune systems may not be able to cope with any sort of infection. ...
Asked in Age of Empires 3
How do you tame animals in Age of Empires 3?
There are currently only two ways to acquire wild animals in AOE 3 without cheating. First off if you have the warchief's expansion you can use your warchief to tame wild animals. Secondly, you can use the map editor to give yourself wild animals. ...
Asked in Birds
What is the chance for two birds who were pets for about 3 years and were born in captivity surviving in the wild?
Sadly, they have no chance to survive on their own. They have not been taught the necessary skills needed to make it in the wild. They don't know how to hunt for food, or what to eat, how to build a nest, etc. These birds are better off living a happy life in the warmth of a nice home. ...
Asked in Koalas
How does a koala survive in the wild?
The wild? That is where they live, to them there is no "wild". They are wild animals, be wary approaching them in their habitat. They live in trees and eat eucalyptus leaves, increasing their metabolism and strength so they can fight off intruders to their environment. ...