Born To Be Wild
By: Nathan Maynard
Real Life Stories
In 2009, a person owned a chimpanzee and the chimpanzee had to go back in the cage and didn't want to so the chimpanzee attacked the person’s face and hands and he was the first person to get doubled handed and a face transplant.
There was a waltz family that owned a black bear and the bear attacked a 37 year old women while she was cleaning his cage and they raised him since he was a little cub. She was very angry because she didn't know why the bear attacked. They were wondering why the bear was all of a sudden so protective over his cage.
Dangers for people
If the owner doesn't take care of the animal properly then the pet can kill the owner. The owners could go to jail from taking a wild animal from the wild. The pet could get loose and the owner could get in trouble or killed from the animal being wild and if the animal hurt someone, that person would be in charge for it.
Dangers for animals
The animals go out of control if they are not properly taken care of. Taking them from the wild could endanger their species and other species. The people that are taking care of them can hurt or kill the animal. That animal could also become extinct.
What’s legal and illegal for keeping wild animals as pets
There’s a law stating that you can not take exotic animals as pets. But you can have cats,dogs and other animals but not exotic animals. You can not keep illegal pets because then the government has to pay for some of the stuff and you are making animals become extinct.
What’s the impact on the environment
What do the numbers say
What do the experts say
Dr. Stahl....phenomenal! “I took the parrot there for a picking problem at age 10 months.” “I had been trying to tell my vet I wanted to test for Giardia since she was so young, and my vet ignored every plea.”She had Found what was wrong and was better.