What are some famous zoos in Illinois?
The Brookfield Zoo and the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago are both well known zoos.
That's kind of a biased way of phrasing the question. Some animals in some zoos do begin to exhibit behavioral disorders. Good zoos work hard to provide the animals with a comfortable, engaging environment to minimize the chances of this happening, but not all zoos are good zoos and some animals are more sensitive than others.
Some of the most famous landmarks in Illinois include the Willis Tower, the Navy Pier, and Abraham Lincoln's Tomb. Other Illinois landmarks include the Third Street Bridge, the oldest metal truss bridge in Illinois. The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, opened in 1930, was the first planetarium in the Western Hemisphere.
Some people view zoos as bad because they feel animals are detained. Some zoos are no trained properly to care for the animals they own. Zoos who provide proper medical care, proper diets, and proper living facilities are safe for the animals. Some zoos actually house many injured animals, and care for the ones who could never be returned to the wild.
There are many reasons for this, these are only a few. * Many zoos give injured animals a refuge while they recover so they may be returned to the wild. * Some zoos have breeding programs that help keep some animals from extinction. * Some zoos offer a home to nuisance animals so they will not be put down. * Zoos offer a place for people to learn more about the effects they have on…