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Comment I think the text shows just how cruel humans can be towards animals chimps which maybe all people from whom is descended This is what I would call no kind of life I mean being locked up for medical purposes only You cannot behave by instinct like have a natural inborn tendency to hunt for food or any other means of surviving I can see how this claustrophobic lifestyle can have an affect on chimps or other animals And with them not being able to verbally communicate just makes it worse Therefore I am glad that someone puts up a fight for these innocent and defenceless animals Animals should all be free as birds metaphorically speaking The title A Voice for the Voiceless gave me a lot of mental images about the matter in question Starting of with the so-called lab monkeys Monkeys who are kept in cages for testing of new human fabricated materials such as shampoo for instance Monkeys are also being locked up for medical purposes I read an article once surrounding the topic at hand It was a chimp that had purposely been lethally injected with the deadly virus HIV The doctors used it as an experiment to see if a cure for the deadly virus was to be found Unfortunately that wasnt the case the monkeys light exterminated some years later This was just an example of yet another animal being exploited for human purposes On the contrary I think that zoos are a great way of presenting the ways of nature to the average man Because there are still a lot of people who are unaware of the importance of preserving wildlife Therefore I think that zoos are excellent places for these people to get familiar with the other inhabitants of planet earth Some might say that keeping animals in captivity is oppressing their instincts But in some cases the animals have been
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