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Should Animals be Released Back into the Wild or Kept in Captivity Many people have heard about Keiko the killer whale who starred in the movie Free Willy After seeing the movie audiences discovered that the friendly whale in the movie was in a tank too small and in bad health because of that and other complications that come with being taken from its natural habitat to a place where it cant meet its own needs Soon a foundation was set u and money started pouring in from children and their schools to come up with a plan to one day free Keiko The tankhabitat cost 73 million to build and 9 million for staff veterinarian care food utilities and other costs for the first two years alone Oregon Coast Aquarium With all the problems in the world with humans and animals it is hard to see this much money going to help just one whale There are different types of animal stories that people hear about There are the wonderful stories about adorable animals that do something amazing or need our help There are also stories about animals that are used in good and bad experiments When you hear about the treatment of some animals for research you feel like forgetting about research One such story was in 1988 three gray whales got stuck in freezing waters in Alaska the whales were at risk of drowning because the holes in the ice that they were using to breathe were slowly freezing over a large rescue was put together that ended up involving the National Guard and the US and Soviet governments to get the whales free Luke 87 Another story is of a mother cat that risked burning to death to save her kittens from a burning building She and her kittens needed a home which they got after the news coverage of the amazing act of the
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