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Lions in Captivity
It seems lions are particularly susceptible to skeletal deformities, behavioural abnormalities, and high rates of cub mortality. There, the authors found a strong correlation between high levels of infant mortality in captivity and minimum home-range size of the species in the wild. Infant mortality was largely a result of poor maternal care. The authors therefore suggested that the keeping of naturally wide-ranging species in captivity should be greatly improved e. The authors commented that while lions have been kept in captivity for centuries and reproduce well, high rates of stillbirths as well as morbidity and mortality of neonate and young lions are reported. Many of these cases were associated with bone malformations, including foramen magnum FM stenosis narrowing — the FM is where the spinal cord exits the brain. The authors postulated that such stenosis could result from lack of adequate diet especially insufficient Vitamin A but to me that is not entirely plausible as the only explanation as no such pattern was found among captive versus wild tigers.
If you are interested of animals this is a place to see the Ethopian Black Maned Lion. The Zoo is They look like they are going crazy. They should close this facility and put the lion's in a better environment. Place is ok. There is a nominal entry fee and then you can see 5 or 6 caged lion sleeping all the time.
Cages are needed to keep them safe and also to protect humans from dangerous animals like lions, tigers and bears. Animals should be kept in cages for their own protection and that of humans as well. But it is.
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Finding a way to share the natural world with the world's most probing, curious animals - human beings - is complicated. But one zoo in New Zealand has found a way to let people gawk at wild animals while also putting people in their place. - There are many zoos around the world that have the mighty Lion living in them. The purpose of this is twofold.
But if they are in a zoo, they should be in a cage, otherwise, they'd roam around scaring people. Lions,Tigers,and bears. Animals as such as birds, rodents, snakes, etc. But dogs should if they need to be potty trained. Chickens should be kept in cages because they will not run away or get eaten by other predators.
Wildlife programmes have made us much more aware of the natural world. This has prompted public revulsion against the squalid, imprisoning conditions in the world's zoos. Increasingly, people find it unacceptable to see lions and tigers pacing up and down tiny concrete cages. London Zoo has responded to this concern for animal welfare with its showpiece Gorilla Kingdom, an enlarged enclosure. But this is still a tiny fraction of the territory that gorillas would roam over in the wild. Moreover, it is not the gorillas' natural rainforest habitat.