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They are often small, for-profit zoos, often intended to attract visitors to some other facility, such as a gas station. The animals may be trained to perform tricks, and visitors are able to get closer to them than in larger zoos.
A petting zoo, also called petting farms or children's zoos, features a combination of domestic animals and wild species that are docile enough to touch and feed.
To ensure the animals' health, the food is supplied by the zoo, either from vending machines or a kiosk nearby.
An animal theme park is a combination of an amusement park and a zoo, mainly for entertaining and commercial purposes. Marine mammal parks such as Sea World and Marineland are more elaborate dolphinariums keeping whales , and containing additional entertainment attractions.
Another kind of animal theme park contains more entertainment and amusement elements than the classical zoo, such as stage shows, roller coasters, and mythical creatures.
By the year most animals being displayed in zoos were the offspring of other zoo animals. When animals are transferred between zoos, they usually spend time in quarantine, and are given time to acclimatize to their new enclosures which are often designed to mimic their natural environment.
For example, some species of penguins may require refrigerated enclosures. Guidelines on necessary care for such animals is published in the International Zoo Yearbook.
The position of most modern zoos in Australasia , Asia , Europe , and North America , particularly those with scientific societies, is that they display wild animals primarily for the conservation of endangered species , as well as for research purposes and education, and secondarily for the entertainment of visitors,   an argument disputed by critics.
The Zoological Society of London states in its charter that its aim is "the advancement of Zoology and Animal Physiology and the introduction of new and curious subjects of the Animal Kingdom.
In the U. Conservation programs all over the world fight to protect species from going extinct, but many conservation programs are underfunded and under-represented.
Conservation programs can struggle to fight bigger issues like habitat loss and illness. It often takes a lot of funding and long time periods to rebuild degraded habitats, both of which are scarce in conservation efforts.
The current state of conservation programs cannot rely solely on situ on-site conservation plans alone, ex situ off-site conservation may therefore provide a suitable alternative.
Off-site conservation relies on zoos, national parks, or other care facilities to support the rehabilitation of the animals and their populations.
Zoos benefit conservation by providing suitable habitats and care to endangered animals. When properly regulated, they present a safe, clean environment for the animals to increase populations sizes.
A study on amphibian conservation and zoos addressed these problems by writing,. Whilst addressing in situ threats, particularly habitat loss, degradation and fragmentation, is of primary importance; for many amphibian species in situ conservation alone will not be enough, especially in light of current un-mitigatable threats that can impact populations very rapidly such as chytridiomycosis [an infectious fungal disease].
Ex situ programmes can complement in situ activities in a number of ways including maintaining genetically and demographically viable populations while threats are either better understood or mitigated in the wild .
The breeding of endangered species is coordinated by cooperative breeding programmes containing international studbooks and coordinators, who evaluate the roles of individual animals and institutions from a global or regional perspective, and there are regional programmes all over the world for the conservation of endangered species.
An issue with animal conservation in zoos, and with keeping animals in zoos more generally, is that best animal husbandry practices are often not known.
Especially for species that are only kept in a small number of zoos. Species-specific guidelines for zoos should therefore be developed. When studying behaviour of captive animals, several things should be taken into account before drawing conclusions about wild populations.
Including that captive populations are often smaller than wild ones and that the space available to each animal is often less than in the wild.
Besides conservation of captive species, large zoos may form a suitable environment for wild native animals such as herons to live in or visit. A colony of black-crowned night herons has regularly summered at the National Zoo in Washington, D.
In modern, well-regulated zoos, breeding is controlled to maintain a self-sustaining, global captive population. This is not the case in some less well-regulated zoos, often based in poorer regions.
One 2-year study indicated that of 19, mammals that left accredited zoos in the U. The welfare of zoo animals varies widely. Many zoos work to improve their animal enclosures and make it fit the animals' needs, although constraints such as size and expense make it difficult to create ideal captive environments for many species.
A study examining data collected over four decades found that polar bears , lions, tigers and cheetahs show evidence of stress in captivity.
A zoo can be considered an internment camp due to the insufficient enclosures that the animals have to live in. When an elephant is placed in a pen that is flat, has no tree, no other elephants and only a few plastic toys to play with; it can lead to boredom and foot problems Lemonic, McDowel, and Bjerklie Also, animals can have a shorter life span when they are in these types of enclosures.
Causes can be human diseases, materials in the cages, and possible escape attempts Bendow However, when zoos take time to think about the animal's welfare, zoos can become a place of refuge.
There are animals that are injured in the wild and are unable to survive on their own, but in the zoos they can live out the rest of their lives healthy and happy McGaffin.
In recent years, some zoos have chosen to stop showing their larger animals because they are simply unable to provide an adequate enclosure for them Lemonic, McDowell, and Bjerklie Some critics and many animal rights activists argue that zoo animals are treated as voyeuristic objects, rather than living creatures, and often suffer due to the transition from being free and wild to captivity.
Many modern zoos attempt to improve animal welfare by providing more space and behavioural enrichments.
This often involves housing the animals in naturalistic enclosures that allow the animals to express some of their natural behaviours, such as roaming and foraging.
However, many animals remain in barren concrete enclosures or other minimally enriched cages. Animals which naturally range over many km each day, or make seasonal migrations, are unable to perform these behaviors in zoo enclosures.
Animals in zoos often exhibit behaviors that are abnormal in their frequency, intensity, or would not normally be part of their behavioural repertoire.
These are usually indicative of stress. Elephants in Japanese zoos have shorter lifespans than their wild counterparts at only 17 years, although other studies suggest that zoo elephants live as long as those in the wild.
Climatic conditions can make it difficult to keep some animals in zoos in some locations. For example, Alaska Zoo had an elephant named Maggie.
She was housed in a small, indoor enclosure because the outdoor temperature was too low. Especially in large animals, a limited number of spaces are available in zoos.
As a consequence, various management tools are used to preserve the space for the most "valuable" individuals and reduce the risk of inbreeding. Contraception can be effective, but may also have health repercussions and can be difficult or even impossible to reverse in some animals.
In recent decades the practice of selling animals from certified zoos has declined. The zoo argued that its genes already were well-represented in captivity, making the giraffe unsuitable for future breeding.
There were offers to adopt it and an online petition to save it had many thousand signatories, but the culling proceeded.
In many countries, feeding live vertebrates to zoo animals is illegal, except in exceptional circumstances. Visitors can drive through the lion compound in buses with specially designed chutes which they can use to push live chickens into the enclosure.
In the Xiongsen Bear and Tiger Mountain Village near Guilin in south-east China, live cows and pigs are thrown to tigers to amuse visitors.
In the United States, any public animal exhibit must be licensed and inspected by the Department of Agriculture , the Environmental Protection Agency , and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Depending on the animals they exhibit, the activities of zoos are regulated by laws including the Endangered Species Act , the Animal Welfare Act , the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of and others.
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