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Old December 30th, 2010, 02:14 PM
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Re: Photographing Animals

Wild are looks beauty when they are lives in their natural lives. Natural thing always looks different. We do not have any rights to keep them in the case. To live free is their rights.

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Old December 31st, 2010, 02:22 AM
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Re: Photographing Animals

There tends to be two types of zoo: those that exploit captive animals and those that genuinely help to conserve animals. After all the Ring-Tailed Lemur (there are more in captivity than in the wild!) and the Golden Lion Tamarin (to name but two endangered species) would in all likelihood be extinct if there wasn't an international conservation programme based in zoos.

Ideally, wild animals should be left in the wild but one of the tiger species (I forget which) has become even more endangered due to the large number of National Parks and the lack of policing. If there were fewer Parks their numbers could be better protected.

So I've respect to those zoos that actually benefit the animals - but I don't often visit as I find little value to the resulting images which tend to just reflect time spent rather than skill in taking!
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