- n. Plural form of zoo.
“In his 1955 book The psychology and behaviour of captive animals in zoos and circuses (Dover, 1968), he wrote (italics mine): Apart from sleep, animals have a special kind of rest, a sort of semi-resting, called dozing.”
“I wonder what PETA would think if all lions in zoos were fed live bait?”
“We feel that these new guidelines are a good thing because they could improve the welfare of animals in zoos and help standardize the conduct at zoos," Sun said.”
“Here's a plan -- let's continue to destroy habitat and species, and we'll collect what's left and put them in zoos, so we can wheel our kids through in strollers and point out all the funny animals that their parents have eradicated in the wild.”
“However, I am strongly against keeping animals in zoos, breeding pets, using animals in circuses or on television, movies, and commercials, and trophy hunting, as none of these activities are necessary to survival, and are superflous and detrimental to us as people, and to the animals as well.”
“Or killer whales in zoos -- those things are supposed to swim 200 miles a day.”
“The captive breeding programs in zoos are a good thing, at least that is what I always thought.”
“BEIJING — Performing animals in Chinese zoos and parks are often trained using abusive practices, including routine beatings, and are housed in inadequate shelters, according to a report by a Hong Kong-based animal welfare group released Monday.”
“BEIJING mdash; Performing animals in Chinese zoos and parks are often trained using abusive practices, including routine beatings, and are housed in inadequate shelters, according ...”
“A study by the German arm of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals finds that most polar bears in German zoos are insane.”
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Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
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