Born 2 B Wild
Keep Animals in the Wild
- 200 deaths to 55 injuries for animals
- 543 deaths to 75 injuries fo humans
- There are more tigers kept as pets than there are in the wild
Dangers and the law
- The animals have a greater chance to get malnutrition, stress, trauma, and behavorial disorders
- People don't have enough space/room to keep the animals for their exercise.
- The animals and us humans might get unknown diseases
Real Life Stories
- Jaren Hare and Charles Darnell were sentenced to 12 years in prison after their pet python strangled their 2 year old daughter to death
- 37 year old Kelly Ann Walz named her pet bear ''Teddy''. When she was clening his cage Teddy turned on Kelly and mauled her to death. The neighbor shot and killed the bear when it was atop of Kelly but kelly was already dead
- Sandra Harold called her friend Charla Nash to help get her 200 pound chimpanzee ''Travis'' back in his cage. Travis attacked her in her face and arms/hands
"Wildlife experts: wild, exotic animals not good pets." FOX6Nowcom. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2014. <http://fox6now.com/2012/01/09/wildlife-experts-say-care-of-wild-exotic-animals-best-left-to-professionals/>.
"Summary of State Laws Relating to Private Possession of Exotic Animals."Summary of State Laws Relating to Private Possession of Exotic Animals. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2014. <http://www.bornfreeusa.org/b4a2_exotic