Introduction Australia remains one of the world’s largest producers of wool globally with approximately 70 million head of sheep as of 2018 (FAOUN, 2018) and national wool exports making up approximately 25 per cent of the wool sold on the global market holding an estimated value of $3.615 billion (Department of Agriculture water and environment, 2019). As time goes on new challenges face the industry from natural disasters and drought natural to societal challenges like producing sustainable product and public...
Adaptation Plan 1. Key Aspects: The majority of my audience has an idea of how the animals in our country are being mistreated as well as exploited but do not have an in depth knowledge of how extensive and real this problem is. 2. Establishing and maintain common ground: I will begin my speech with an experience just outside of the university and will reach out and ask the audience if any of them has had a similar experience. I...
“A hundred years or so ago, when we were ignorant about the intelligence and emotions and ability of a species to communicate, we might have had the excuse of our own ignorance that we treated these animals so badly but we simply don’t have that excuse any longer.”- Jan Creamer, founder of Animal Defenders International and advocate for TEAPSPA. Traveling performance acts continue to force animals into living conditions, despite the countless cases of animal abuse discovered within a traveling...
The web of life is complex and involves the unstable equilibrium of a multitude of distinct organisms that compete, cooperate, destroy, transform, and that one billion and a half years ago evolve side by side, adapting, accommodating themselves, becoming indispensable to each other, and inexorably transforming the physical environment little by little. As living beings, human beings are part of this web of life, depending on nonhuman beings. It is important to recognize that defending animal rights is also fight...
Each year, a countless number of animals are used in animals research. Animal research can also be called Animal testing which is an experiment using non-human animals. We talked about the research method in chapter 2, and Animal testing can also be considered as a research method. The scientists use animals to test the new drugs and many more cruel experiments instead of using the actual human, and most of the animals are dead after the experiment. People can understand...
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Introduction to Emotions Do you ever wonder what your dog is thinking? Does she miss you when you leave for work in the morning? What is he trying to say as he holds that toy in his mouth and wiggles all over, greeting you at the door? While we aren’t sure of what they would say, many of us would agree that our dogs certainly have emotions to some extent. But does a hermit crab become sad when its shell...
Animals are a large portion of our food consumption and are used to test medical and cosmetic products before selling them to the public. The question many people are starting to ask themselves is “do animals have rights”? Although animals are used for medical research and food consumption, animals do have rights and these industries should not test their products on these animals because it is ethically wrong and infringes on animals’ rights. There has been an ongoing battle as...
This is not going to be the easiest topic to read about but we all need to realize what’s going on. We all know it’s happening and we try to avoid hearing about it because it’s sad to think about. How are we supposed to help prevent animal abuse when nobody is willing to stand up for the innocent animals being mistreated. I’m so tired of seeing stories and videos all over social media of another animal being abused. It...
Is it morally right to progress in health and medicine? Would killing an animal with society’s own bare hands be right? Animal testing is when a scientific experiment is undergone by an animal that might cause them pain or suffering. Experiments go back to the Ancient Greeks with Aristotle, a well-known Greek philosopher, and Erasistratus who is known for being an anatomist and physician. In the United States alone, over ten million animals are used for testing, education, and research....