Latest news

  • in

    Animal Rights: Comparing the Views of Hasselstrom and Regan

    Imagine an animal’s feeling of panic and fear as it is about to be killed by a hunter or the isolation experienced as an animal sits in a laboratory, separated from its family and natural habitat, waiting to be harmed by harsh testing methods. Imagine the frightened state of a mother or father watching their […] More

  • in

    Animal Sciences Investigatory projects

    Anabas testudineus and its Preliminary Growth Adaptive Mechanism Through its Evolutinary Pathway To Brackish Water 4. Abstract: • This study had mainly focused on the testing of the lifespan of a nearly endangered fish species Anabas testudineus in different water treatments namely brackish water, fresh water and salt water. The researchers determined the effect of […] More

  • in

    Animal Rescue

    Nobody likes to watch those public service announcements about adopting shelter animals. They show us pitifully dirty and sick dogs and cats sitting mournfully alone in tiny cages, rows upon rows of them. We are told it is up to us to save them and it is. The question is how we go about it […] More

  • in

    Animal Testing

    Abdulrahman.Bahjat AUIS August 5, 2013 “We are at war, and we will do what we need to win” (joey-gruber.tripod). There is much debate over whether animal testing should be allowed or not. Some people think that it is not essential to sacrifice animals for human benefit because they are being abused and tortured severely during […] More

  • in

    Animal rights

    I. Attention How many of you, with a show of hands, have been to a circus? If not, have you at least seen clips or examples from movies or on television? From the look of those animals you wouldn’t exactly think that they are abused or mistreated. Here is a clip that will show you […] More

  • in

    Importance of Animal Behavior

    Why do animals behave the way they do? The answer to this question depends on what the behavior is. A cat chases a mouse to catch it. A spider spins its sticky web to trap insects. A mother dog nurses her puppies to feed them. All of these behaviors have the same purpose: getting or […] More

  • in

    Animal Farm

    In the novel ‘Animal Farm’, power is what destroys the farm in the end. Although power can be used for good, it can also be used for evil when too much is given. The quote “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely” (Lord Acton) is portrayed in this book. In the beginning of […] More

  • in

    1984. vs. Animal Farm

    1984 vs. Animal Farm George Orwell, the man behind two best-selling novels; 1984 and Animal Farm, follows the idea that the establishment of an elite power in a society produces hopelessness and fear. George Orwell is an author commonly known for his politically influenced works regarding socialism. In Animal Farm, Orwell portrayed an uprise of […] More

  • in

    Plant cell and animal cell

    Plant and animal cells have several differences and similarities. For example, animal cells do not have a cell wall or chloroplasts but plant cells do. Animal cells are round and irregular in shape while plant cells have fixed, rectangular shapes. Animal Cell Plant Cell Cell wallAbsentPresent (formed of cellulose) ShapeRound (irregular shape)Rectangular (fixed shape) VacuoleOne […] More

  • in

    Essay: “Man is a social animal”

    Society is a group of people living together for a longer time fulfilling various needs of the people. Society is the product of social relationship among individuals. They come in contact with each other through the process of give and take. A human relationship exists for the fulfillment of human needs. Within a society therefore […] More

  • in

    Macbeth and Animal Farm

    Both Shakespeare and Orwell present rivals as threats to their leaders’ power. Shakespeare introduces this threat through the Witches in Act 1, scene 3 when the third witch announces that Banquo ‘shall get kings’. In Macbeth’s soliloquy in Act 3, scene 2, the audience is reminded that he is predisposed with maintaining his power, now […] More

  • in

    Speech Animal Testing

    INTRODUCTION Did you know that in 2008 in New Zealand there were more than 341,000 animals used for research, testing and teaching? Animals are being used from all over the world for animal testing that ranges from drugs to our simple everyday shampoo. Almost every medicine, or treatment you have ever used has been tested […] More

  • in

    How Is Animal Abuse Linked to Human Abuse

    How is animal abuse linked to human abuse? What is animal abuse? Abuse is define to be a misuse or mistreatment and attempt to harm another person or thing. Several studies have shown that animal abuse and neglect may indicate that others in the home maybe at risk of abuse and neglect, also. Abuse has […] More

  • in

    Taking the Wild Out Of the Wild Animal

    Grabbing the audiences’ attention Going to the zoo seems completely normal and extremely fascinating for most families, but what happens behind the scenes is where going to the zoo doesn’t seem all that realistic. Thesis There are many reasons why it is not right for wild animals to be caged up and taken away from […] More

  • in

    The Higher Animal

    Mark Twain’s “Damned Human Race,” uses a combination of pathos and logos in his article, but within his article Twain had some misconceptions with his arguments. Mark Twain essay, consisted of personality and outlooks between animals and mankind by comparing them to each other.. Throughout the essay he took a variety of animals, and study […] More

  • in

    Animal Cruelty

    A stray animal is basically a domestic animal that has been lost or abandoned. The stray animal issue is by far one of the most visible animal welfare issues in the world. In many countries, the majority of strays have been abandoned, or are owned but allowed to roam about, resulting in unwanted kittens or […] More

  • in

    Animal Farm – the Nature of Power

    Animal Farm: The Nature of Power Describe at least one idea that was worth learning about. Explain why the idea was worth learning about in the text. In George Orwell’s book Animal Farm an idea that was worth learning about was the corruptive nature of power, and the effects it has on those who wield […] More

  • in

    Animal Farm Analysis Essay

    The Tragedy Of Oppression “Among those who dislike oppression are many who like to oppress”. These are the words that rolled off the French General Napoleon Bonaparte’s tongue. This relates to Animal Farm because all of the farm animals do not like oppression but they have a bunch of oppressors among them. The pigs control […] More

  • in

    Animal testing

    Animal testing is used for many products worldwide. Also animal testing is used for a wide range of things, such as items in houses and medicines. Many places test on animals, such as private facilities, universities, and government laboratories. A big debate in today’s society is whether or not scientist should use animals for testing. […] More

  • in

    Animal Cruelty

    René Descartes, a famous philosopher, once argued that, “animals are not sentient- they are machines, like mechanical clocks, devoid of feelings and incapable of experiencing pleasure or pain” (Vaughn). Today, unlike Descartes, most people believe that animals are intrinsically or instrumentally valuable, also, whether they have or deserve any rights. Defining what cruelty is has […] More

  • in

    A Case Study on Animal Testing

    Imagine a world where humans are taken to laboratories and tested on in a callous manner. A world where people are injected with harsh drugs and chemicals that physically and mentally harm their bodies and their life. If this scenario does not sound acceptable to act upon humans, then it surely cannot be right for […] More

  • in

    Should Animal Rights Activists Be Held Accountable for Abuse Videos?

    The animal rights discourse is one of the structural characteristics of modern rational pluralism as well as one of the ironically legitimate discourses of post-modern civilization. From a sympathetic understanding point of view, we should elucidate Tom Reagan’s strong point of view and Mary Anne Warren’s weak point of view regarding animal rights. It is […] More