Can a family keep their pet tigers?
Can these animals go out of control?
Hi, I am Sandra Nguyen Homeroom: 203 Grade: 7 The Pro's and Con's of Tiger's As Pets.
Is our community willing to let families keep pets as tigers?
Many people think that tigers are agressive, dangerous, and harmful.
But what they don't know, is that the population of tigers are nearly wiped out.
Many specialist like the World WIldlife Fund, help these special felines from becoming extinct.
The reason why their helping, is because they've noticed that in Asia's Mekong River, most of the population decreased rapidly throughout the years.
When? And Where?
Now, the mintsers of different ranges of tigers gather for a meeting to help these dangerous animals
live in these harmful environments we humans interact with.
These felines are possibly looking for a source of food and are emigrating to a different habitat.
One species that are rarely seen were found at October 25, 2009 are called Sumatran tigers that are found in Indonesia that are supported by the World Wildlife Association.
As you can see, the time in this photo shows that these animals come out at the afternoon, where its cool and is at a low temperature.
Families are willing to keep tigers as pets to help their lives more easier.
Poachers are hunting them to get money, which isn't the right thing to do.
But most people in this world can make a difference.
There are reasons why these ferocious animals are dangerous to keep. But in the inside their hurt, tortured, and afraid.
That's why, the Burges family tends to help these poor creatures live in a better enviroment with better care.
This family are being riskful with their lives for these creatures, but most of all, they achived their goal.
Experts worry about this family but, have heard what they have said about these innocent animals.
But most officials wanted to take away these poor animals.
As well as the family knows, they will care for these animals no matter what happens to them. Even if their old or young.
They will always be there.