You might think going to a zoo is actually helping our world in many ways, since people have jobs being paid, people find enjoyment, and specieas all over the world are perserved. Well, that’s not exactly true.
There are a lot of sacrifices zoos must make in order to maintain a “certain” type of species. It might even involve the risk of extinction of another animal. In this article, and gives a great example of this senario, only that people have now pointed this out to the public.
Really, scenarios like these are very difficult to explain, or manage themselves, because of so much people who want to preserve a bunch of animals for the future. We all know zoos must spend lots of money to make room for other animals, especially when it’s a problem enough managing the animals they already have. The “big” message here is obvious to me, and it’s that people really need to make big sacrifices in order for them to conserve something of large, even for zoos, governments, the Red Cross, and World Relief.
It teaches me that, you can’t save everything in the world, you can’t actually save the whole world from something, it’s cause there’s just too much people with too much opinions and needs that effect the issues we need to take care of. Though it might not sound that important to people, that a couple of species of lemurs might not be able to be saved from extinction. But it shows how, we as people, react to these types of things, or how we solve them.
It tells us that it’s much more harder than it already is to make a change in the world, or somehow effect/replace how life on this earth works.