- 1 What is captive farmed sourcing?
- 2 What are the advantages of captive farming?
- 3 What are the positives of captive farmed animals?
- 4 What does long term captive mean?
- 5 What is a captive farmed animal?
- 6 What is a captive bred animal?
- 7 What does captive hatched mean?
- 8 Why is captive breeding ethical?
- 9 Should animals be kept in cages pros and cons?
- 10 Is captive breeding ethical?
- 11 What is a farmed reptile?
- 12 What does captive bred CBP mean?
- 13 What are the benefits and drawbacks of captive breeding programs?
- 14 Why is wild caught unethical?
- 15 How do you source exotic animals?
What is captive farmed sourcing?
Captive farmed exotic species are when eggs are ethically sourced from their natural habitat, and brought directly to captivity. In this circumstance the newly hatched animal would be under less stress as it doesn’t have to go through transportation/ separation from their natural habitat.
What are the advantages of captive farming?
Advantages: Stable, healthy populations created. Increases the numbers of endangered organisms (may prevent extinction) Organisms are protected from natural predators.
What are the positives of captive farmed animals?
Health – Captive bred animals are generally healthy and parasite free. They will generally be animals that much is known about and so a reasonable exotic animal specialist vet will be able to identify and treat common illness if anything does go wrong.
What does long term captive mean?
Long Term Captive An Exotic Pet that has been in captivity for three month or more that has been taken from the wild. ( LTC means Long Term Captivity )
What is a captive farmed animal?
Wild Caught animals are animals which are taken directly from the wild and sold on, Captive Farmed animals are animals which have been bred in their country of origin on a large scale. Captive Bred animals are animals which are born and raised in captivity outside of their country of origin.
What is a captive bred animal?
Captive breeding is the process of breeding animals outside of their natural environment in restricted conditions in farms, zoos or other closed facilities. The choice of individual animals that are to be part of a captive breeding population, and the mating partners within that population, are controlled by humans.
What does captive hatched mean?
captive hatched means that the eggs were collected from the wild (from wild parents) and then the eggs were taken to a facility where they were hatched in captivity (correct?) CB usually means captive bred, meaning that the parent snakes were at least born in captivity.
Why is captive breeding ethical?
In some cases, captive breeding of wildlife is conducted ethically and sustainably, preventing detrimental sourcing from the wild. Many reptiles, amphibians and fish are captive bred for the pet trade, which can contribute to the protection of wild populations.
Should animals be kept in cages pros and cons?
- Pro 1. Zoos educate the public about animals and conservation efforts.
- Pro 2. Zoos produce helpful scientific research.
- Pro 3. Zoos save species from extinction and other dangers.
- Con 1. Zoos don’t educate the public enough to justify keeping animals captive.
- Con 2. Zoos are detrimental to animals ‘ physical health.
- Con 3.
Is captive breeding ethical?
The three ethical perspectives introduced in Chapter 2 provide different lenses in which to consider the issues associated with captive breeding. However, inegalitarian welfarists may believe that captive breeding is ethical because it suits human interests of conservation education and entertainment.
What is a farmed reptile?
CF = Captive Farmed This means that the parents were wild, but kept in a pen so offspring could be collected and sold. Captive Farmed reptiles come with minimal human contact, are less tame, less healthy, and generally the same as Wild Caught in all but name.
What does captive bred CBP mean?
CBP stands for Captive Breeding Program (wildlife management) Suggest new definition.
What are the benefits and drawbacks of captive breeding programs?
Captive Breeding programmes:
- Fewer animals need to be caught in the wild and transported to zoos.
- Reduced pressures on wild stock so lessening the chances of extinction.
- Successful captive breeding allows the possibility of the species being reintroduced back into the wild.
Why is wild caught unethical?
Arguments against purchasing Wild Caught animals Over collection – Many unthreatened species are taken from the wild with no care for sustainability. Over-collection can lead to declines in populations of such species. Conversely, absence of prey animals could lead to demise of predators.
How do you source exotic animals?
There are various ways of sourcing exotic animal which include: wild caught (WC), captive bred (CB), captive farmed (CF), long term captive (LF) and many more. WC- Wild caught- the species are captured from the wild in their natural habitat to be housed in captivity.