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Papers On Animal Rights & Zoology
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Thoroughbred Race Horses
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A 5 page paper which examines the history and breeding practices involved with thoroughbred race horses. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAhorses.rtf

Tigers / Endangered Species Or Prolific Predator
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A 5 page paper that considers the two differing perspectives on tigers that have been argued during the call to place them on the endangered species list. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Tigers.doc

TUTORIAL: THE CAT’S PURR AS A HEALING TOOL
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This 10-page paper is a tutorial examining a particular aspect of animal physiology and why it occurs. In this paper we examined why cats purr and hypothesized that purring helped healing. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: MTanaphy.rtf

Under What Conditions Do Children's Attitudes Change While Visiting The Zoo?
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10 pages in length. The purpose of this proposal is to examine the change in attitude of children who are told the truth about why animals live in zoos. Exposure to animals within a zoo setting is typically the first association children have with species beyond the domestic dog and cat. Giving them a truthful understanding of why wild animals are held in captivity for human enjoyment even though it serves as a tremendous detriment to the animal's physical and psychological well being is the first step in getting children interested in the humane treatment of animals at a very young age. Expectations of this qualitative research questionnaire include a change in attitude from the zoo being a fun place to see wild animals to one of sadness that wild animals are forced to live unhappy lives in unnatural surroundings just so people to look at them. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: TLCZooChild.rtf

Urban Sprawl: Impact Upon Wildlife
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24 pages in length. Worldwide, humanity's encroachment upon the land is causing perilous consequences to the wildlife community. From America's national parks to the Belize rain forests to the global deserts, animals are fighting for their very existence as mankind's urban sprawl continues to infringe upon the environment. Wildlife rehabilitation clinics have significantly helped with the problem of addressing the fact that many wildlife species having nowhere left to go but straight into suburbia; however, their efforts are not taking shape quickly enough as a means by which to abate the overwhelming human ignorance in relation to wildlife knowledge and the irreparable harm that is occurring due to selfish actions. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: TLCsprwl.doc

Using Animals In Medical Research: Pros/Cons
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3 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses 2 pros (disease is cured and human torture is avoided) and 3 cons (animals feel pain, tests are often duplicated for no reason and they costs taxpayers a lot of money. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCAnExPC.rtf

Vicious Dogs And Ownership
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7 pages in length. Dogs are considered to be the first animal ever domesticated by humans; bones found in campsites dating as far back as the late Stone Age have been a common discovery. Indeed, the remains of these dogs resemble at least five different varieties of the pets we know today. It is thought that the wild dog, being a scavenger, loitered around the campsites of hunters some one hundred thousand years ago; the hunters may have realized that pups raised in the camp became accustomed to their human companions while still maintaining their ability to hunt. Consequently, the dogs were allowed to participate in the chase and partake of the feast at the same time, ultimately being transformed into the rudimentary form of canine companions known today. However, the camaraderie and respect between man and dog born out of that natural progression has not effectively maintained its presence throughout the recent past, with dogs becoming the victim of human irresponsibility and mistreatment. This breakdown in admiration and affection from man's side has caused certain dog breeds to suffer the wholly unjustified and broad sweeping condemnation of being labeled as vicious. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCDogBr.rtf

Vocal Communication in Tropical Forests:
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This 4 page paper examines vocal communication in tropical forests. This theme is illustrated through the discussion of vocal communication for monkeys, birds, and other wildlife. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: GSVocCom.rtf


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