Biodiversity Student’s Name Institution Date Introduction Globalization and increased population have shown to have an impact on nature regarding animal and plant habitats. Animals have been displaced while plant species have been lost due to these changes. However several steps have been taken to ensure that these species do not become extinct. The essay discusses how zoos have turned into conservation centers and how they are educative to the public. It also explains some of the economic pressures that zoos face such as capacity space and resources that can hinder their conservation efforts. Furthermore it will also discuss how species get on the Endangered Species List. Moreover it will present an ethogram graph about the behavior of elephants in a zoo. 1. Evolution of Zoos Zoos evolved as centers for the conservation of species deemed to be in danger of becoming extinct (Chrulew 2011). Due to the loss of References Baur D. C. (2010). Endangered species Act: Law policy and perspectives (2nd ed.). Chicago IL: American Bar Association. Chrulew M. (2011). Managing love and death at the zoo: The biopolitics of endangered species preservation. Australian Humanities Review (50). Retrieved http://www.australianhumanitiesreview.org/archive/Issue-May-2011/chrulew Conde D. A. Colchero F. Gusset M. Pearce-Kelly P. Byers O. Flesness N…& Jones O. R. (2013). Zoos through the lens of the IUCN Red List: A global metapopulation approach to support conservation breeding programs. PLoS One 8(12) e80311. Keulartz J. (2015). Captivity for conservation? Zoos at a crossroads. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 28(2) 335-351. Kobilinsky D. (2016). New live cam technology might help conservation. Retrieved from http://wildlife.org/new-live-cam-technology-might-help-conservation/ Whitworth W. (2012). An investigation into the determining factors of zoo visitor attendances in UK zoos. PLoS One 7(1) e29839. Worland J. (2017). The future of zoos: Challenges force zoos to change in big ways. Retrieved from http://time.com/4672990/the-future-of-zoos/ [...]
Organize this essay assignment using subtitles that summarize the topic from each question. For example, to answer Question 1, use a descriptive subtitle like the following: The Evolution of Zoos. Answer each question under the subtitle using complete sentences that relate back to the question. Be sure to use APA formatting throughout your essay with 1-inch margins, 12-point type, and double spacing throughout. Include a title page, introduction, answers to the questions with subtitles, and concluding paragraph.