Animals Essay Topics

Selective Breeding

Efficiency in creating matter, for example an animal is better if it needs less feed to make the same 1kg of protein and meat.  Better qualities of yield for example in sheep stronger wool or in a pig nicer tasting food.  Resistance from disease as its better if more animals survive overall.  Appearance for example… View Article

Is animal research in psychology ethical and necessary?

Animals are living organisms that belong to the Animalia kingdom. These are classified as multicellular, meaning that their biological bodies is composed of many cells that interact to each other to perform biological processes. There are certain characteristics of animals that differ with other living organisms. Cell wall is not present in the cell of… View Article

The Night of the Iguana

The characteristics and behaviors I found out to be most typical about iguanas is that they are aggressively territorial and are defensively fearful. Iguanas are aggressively territorial, particularly to other male iguanas. Experienced iguana handlers know not join two iguanas in one cage. They know to put their pet iguanas in separate cages and away… View Article

The Horse Business

 Introduction The Horse Industry is unique. Throughout the world, people use horses for consumption as well as for non-consumption purposes. Horses are bred either for the purposes of horseracing – an internationally popular sport, or for purposes of consumption particularly in countries where horsemeat is considered a delicacy. Breeders rear thoroughbred horses specifically for racing… View Article

Animals’ Roles in The Wars

Written by Timothy Findley in 1977, The Wars is a novel that explores the theme of young human life under the pressing concerns during the war, specifically the First World War, seeing the world of soldiers turn into a world of violence, and how these soldiers have turned into brutes themselves. The character of Robert… View Article

The Human Animals

The animal kingdom is vast and diverse. Animals come in all shapes, sizes and colours. It is indeed fascinating just to take a glance or observe them. But doing so may be perilous to any person especially because a lot of the animals no matter how cute and cuddly, are territorial and protective. Some animals… View Article

Bald Eagle, Great white shark and Siberian Tiger

There are three types of animals around the world known to be endangered species. We can help and protect them by helping the people aware of this animal, so they will be able to know the importance of keeping the animals to live longer.             The Bald Eagle is not really bald; it actually has… View Article

Chapter Eight Summary of Zoobiquity by Barbara Natterson Hororwitz

Chapter eight, Grooming Gone Wild, of the book Zoobiquity by Barbara Natterson Hororwitz and Kathryn Bowers, was about the grooming habits of both animals and humans and how sometimes they can be taken too far. The main theme of the novel overall would be how animals can help solve human social issues. The chapter opens… View Article

Urban Sprawl and The Effects on Habitat and Animals

The extensive and ongoing human interference with nature has progressed in leaps and bounds across time, and the dwindling spaces allotted to wilderness that remain unspoiled, or in some cases at least still viable, are becoming fewer and farther between. The activities conducted by man have directly and negatively, impacted many species of wildlife, and… View Article

Animal Symmetry

1. Animals with radial symmetry function differently than animals with bilateral symmetry. Unlike animals with bilateral symmetry, these organisms use their appendages, usually tentacles, to bring in food to its mouth, which is located at its center. Also, animals with radial symmetry have less complicated systems than animals with bilateral symmetry. The radial symmetry body… View Article

Animals: Suffer For our Amusement Or Entertainment

All too often animals suffer for our amusement or entertainment. One of the worst aspects of animals that are used for entertainment or sport is that many of the people involved are not responsible for the animals they create. For instance Thoroughbred Race horses are bred in huge numbers. The ones who are not good… View Article

Banning Pit Bulls

All dogs bite. Every single one of them has the potential to turn on their very owner and as studies and news tell it they turn on children, strangers and other pets more often than we care to know about. What make makes a dog aggressive to the point they attack innocent victims? Is it… View Article

Animals Should Be Used in Scientific Research

Over 100 million animals are used every year in the United States as models in biological and medical research to study human disease, injury, development, psychology, and anatomy and physiology. Research involving animals has played a vital role in virtually every major medical advance of the last century. Even today, there is no complete alternative… View Article

Phylum Chordata

• The chordates occupy the highest position in the food chain. • The name phylum was derived from the characteristic which all chordates share, the notochord – a long, elongated, and flexible cartilaginous structure that runs the entire length of the body. (Gr. noto = the back; chorde = string) Characteristics: • A dorsal nerve… View Article

Effects of Global Warming on Animals

In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has initiated various environmental campaigns to gradually resolve the increasing impacts of climate change towards the environment (Silverstein et. al. , 2003 p. 5). The public’s increased attention to such problem is not anymore surprising as it threatens every creature with potentially devastating consequences. However, the… View Article