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  • Animal Rights
    • Key Words
      • Sanctity of life : Life is sacred because it is God given
      • Responsibility: duty the idea that we are in charge of your own actions
      • Extinction: when all members of a species have died out
      • Preserve Species: act deliberately to prevent impending extinction
      • Vegetarian: A person who does not eat meat.
        • Vegan: A person who does not eat or use any animal product.
    • CHRISTIAN QUOTES
      • God said 'let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky'.
      • 'Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies, yet one of them is forgotten.'
      • 'A righteous man cares for the needs of his animals'.
      • 'The Godly care for there animals but the wicked are always cruel
    • DO ANIMALS HAVE RIGHTS?
      • Animal Right campaigners believe that animals have a dignity and have the same rights as humans
      • Animal Campaigners despise factory Farming, animal experimentation and using animals for entertainment
    • PROTECTING ANIMALS BY LAW
      • UK laws protects animals from cruelty and neglect, which are criminal offences.
      • Some animals can not be kept as pets
      • Cosmetic testing is banned
      • Legal animal research is inspected
    • RELIGOUS ATTITUDES
      • Religions do not teach that animals have the same rights as humans
      • However they should be protected, managed and cared for with respect
      • They believe that God created the world and therefore it deserves respect
        • Humans do not own the planet but do have a sacred duty to care for it.
          • The idea of sanctity of life influences their views
    • WILD ANIMALS ETC. ZOOS AND AQUARIUMS
      • FOR
        • People can see animals they have never seen before.
        • only safe way to see dangerous animals
        • Educational activities for children
      • AGAINST
        • Animals kept in unsuitable environments end up stresses and suffer
        • Climate and habitat is different and difficult to adjust to
      • RELIGOUS VIEWS
        • Most  religious believers accept zoos if the animals are kept in good conditions that are as near to life in the wild as possible.
    • ANIMALS FOR FOOD
      • issues

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