Born 2 B Wild

Jessica Gomez

Real Life Stories

1.Terry Thompson lets out all his wife's exotic pets which were Bengal tigers, monkeys, lions, wolves, baboons, and more and then kills himself in Zanesville, Ohio . The police shot at least 50 of the animals so they didn't hurt any of the people from his town.


2.Jaren Hare and her boyfriend Charles Darnell pet python strangled and killed their daughter Shaianna in Florida on July 2009. They told the police that they had the python in a laundry bag in a tank closed by a quilt but the python escaped 10 times and once they found the snake it was wrapped around Shaianna’s head and body.

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Dangers

Dangers to the Animals

They can get killed. They are not meant to be domesticated like dogs and cats they need the space. They need the space. They can feel threatened. They require special care, housing, diet, and maintenance that no human can provide and that causes the animal to suffer and due to poor care. They can get beaten, declawed, chaining, tooth removing, or even more painful mutilations.
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Dangers to People

They can get killed, bitten, scratched, or hurt. They can get diseases. They can get attacked when they turn their back on the animal. Animals pose safety and health risks to their possessors and any person coming into contact with them.

Illegal and Legal

Illegal

It is illegal to have any wild animal who naturally lives in the state. It is illegal to have a sick, injured, or orphaned wild animals without proper permits or licenses. It is illegal to have any wild animals.Exotic animals do not make good companions. They require special care, housing, diet, and maintenance that the average person cannot provide. When in the hands of private individuals the animals suffer due to poor care. They also pose safety and health risks to their possessors and any person coming into contact with them. Individuals possessing exotic animals often attempt to change the nature of the animal rather than the nature of the care provided. Such tactics include confinement in small barren enclosures, chaining, beating “into submission,” or even painful mutilations, such as declawing and tooth removal.

Impact on the Enviroment

Impact on the Environmet

They won't have their natural space. The food chain would be different. There would be disturbance to the animal or a threat. The animals require special care, housing, diet, and maintenance that people can't provide and the animal suffer due to poor care.

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