Born 2 B Wild

Don't Have A Exatic Animal As A Pet

Born To Be Wild Project

San Francisco, CALIFORNIA December 25, 2007

A Siberian tiger named Tatiana escaped her enclosure at the San Francisco Zoo mauled two teenagers and killed a third. Police shot the tiger. One year earlier the same tiger attacked her keeper, chewing off her arm.


Minneapolis, MINNESOTA June 25, 2005

A 10-year-old boy was attacked by a lion and tiger. The child suffered a brain injury and severed spinal cord — injuries that have left the child a quadriplegic and dependent on a respirator. The child and his father were visiting body shop owner Chuck Mock, who owns 11 exotic cats and one bear. When Mock opened the cage, the tiger jumped out and attacked the boy.


San Francisco, CALIFORNIA September 20, 2002

A tiger attacked a kindergartner at a school assembly Friday, sending the 6-year-old boy to a hospital. The tiger was being led out of an auditorium at Baymonte Christian School by its trainer when it suddenly lurched over a row of seats and grabbed the boy by the head in its jaws.


Some of the dangers of having domestic animals as pets because the domestic animal could have a disease, have rabies, or even try to kill you.

Where are keeping wild animals as pet illegal?

In California, U.S.A. it is illegal to keep wild animals as pets.

Where in the U.S.A. is keeping wild animals as pets legal?

Zanesville, Ohio is one of the places in the U.S.A. that you can keep domestic animals as pets.

It would be really dangerous to take out of the environment because if you take a animal out it will mess up all the things and the animal might just go crazy with you trying to make it a pet.

The number would be going down by lots if you take animals away from their habitat because the animal population will go down by lots instead of going up.

The experts say that it would be good if you wouldn’t take animal from the wild.

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