How do you start a strong argumentative essay?
These steps will help you get your point across clearly and concisely:Turn the topic into a question and answer it. Set up a big question in the title of your essay or within the first few sentences. State an argumentand then refute it. Briefly outline your main points.
Is it bad to go to aquariums?
Not only does being held in captivity cause animals mental stress, it’s also physically damaging to the animals. The chlorine and copper sulfate used to keep tanks clean has caused dolphins’ skin to peel off and may cause dolphins and seals to go blind.
Do fish get bored in tanks?
If the aquarium is too small, or bare of plants, rocks, substrate etc. and it has no outlet for natural behaviours, then yes – they will get bored. We often get fish from people who keep them in tanks that are dull and too small.
Is it ethical to have fish?
Most people accept that captive-bred fish are much more ethical than sourcing wild-caught fish. Collecting these excess fish gives local people a source of income, so long as their natural habitats are protected and not destroyed. There is, however, a darker side to wild-caught fish.
Are zoo animals treated well?
To some detractors, the humane certification of zoos and aquariums is an oxymoron. But vast empirical and academic research discredits this black-and-white view. Animals in zoos and aquariums today can live longer, healthier, and richer lives than their forbearers ever did in the wild.