Arguments on both sides of the fence are considered.
Activists such as Peter Singer and Tom Regan are noted and their positions stated. Mankind's arrogance has created a world of pain and suffering for his animal counterparts.
Horses were domesticated around 4000 BCE, after dogs, sheep, pigs, goats, cats and chickens. Rabbits, for example, were domesticated in the early middle ages.
Russian scientist Dmitri Believe began a program in the 1950s to domesticated foxes.
Morality is considered as the basis for many of the arguments and the paper concludes that perhaps a compromise in treatment of animals in society can be reached. From research and testing to animals in entertainment to the seemingly innocent "sport" of recreational fishing, animals constantly forfeit their intrinsic rights to a life free of pain, suffering and exploitation.
The writer addresses several aspects where animals are forced to relinquish their rights as living beings. : A 4 page paper on how animal rights are viewed under the eudaimonism ideal of self-realization.
Canis Lupis (Common wolf), gray wolves, and red wolves are among the many types discussed.
The writer is also concerned with the evolutionary biology of wolves and other relevant issues. : This 7 page research paper describes the arrival of zebra mussels on the North American continent as well as some projected figures for their spread.
This paper presents the issues relative to vegetation destruction caused by the wild boar and suggests a number of ways in which to address these issues to support environmental efficacy. : A 12 page paper describing the plight of the whales at the hands of humans. For many, the concept of personhood is reserved strictly for humanity.
The writer describes the history of whaling, why it is important to conserve whales, and other human threats to whales. However, that is a self-centered, arrogant concept that has no basis of fact.