Stop the Establishments of Animals in Captivity

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Captive animals live within an artificial environment, eating food that do not coincide with their natural diet, roaming around a small cage next species that would not be living amongst them in their true habitat. These factors result in an increase of animal deaths in zoos. In addition, there is only a small amount of zoos that are rehabilitation facilities, which help care for injured and ill animals, however, even then, the animals are kept in the facility for an immense amount of time. If the captive animals within zoos are ever released, they must relearn the skills they lost in order to survive. Because of their treatment in zoos and aquariums these animals become dependent on humans and are unable to survive in their own authentic habitat. This is why zoos must change