I enjoy going to zoos to learn more about the animals. Not only can I read about them, I can actually see what they look like up close. While their behavior may be somewhat different than in the wild, it's still cool to see how they move, play, and interact with the other animals in their enclosures.
I take my children to the zoo to educate them. They really like seeing animals from other parts of the world. While there, I teach them how to say the animals name in other languages as well. We also do some animal classification. I, personally, just like looking at the beauty of each animal.
by Mentalist acer 8 years ago
Will the new healthcare policy personally help you,and just exactly are the drawbacks of the healthcare bill?
by H C Palting 5 years ago
Have you ever felt sad when you saw zoo animals in small enclosures? Why or why not?
by Abhaque Supanjang 7 years ago
Do you like going to the zoo ?I don't like going to the zoo. It is so sad to see the animal sitting, running about sadly in their cage and hope for some foods from the visitors. They don't deserve to get it. But in the other side, some of them live in danger if they are let to live in their natural...
by Caroline Paulison Andrew 8 years ago
So many animals have yellow eyes. Why do they?Brown, blue, green. We humans share those eye colors with our animal friends. But what gives animals that extra yellow?
by Beth Perry 4 years ago
How do you feel about the Copenhagen Zoo spectator slaughtering of Marius?The Copenhagen Zoo has euthanized Marius, a perfectly healthy male giraffe, citing that he did not fit in with the gene pool they wanted for their giraffe population. After destroying Marius, the zoo officials dissected his...
by nightwork4 7 years ago
Why was the unicorn removed from the christian bible?i just found out it was removed in the 18th century and i'm curious as to why people think it was removed completely.
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