Wild animalsPosted on May 18, 2018 - Last modified: September 8, 2018
Although they can be hunted or trapped by humans, wild animals would not cease to be considered wild and will never be domestic animals, since they do not adapt correctly to a life of captivity since domestication was a costly process to which they only adapted a few species and they were years of domestication.
Wild animals are born free and have their own natural rules, depending on the species they can live in hierarchies, alone, in a herd, etc. Generally, these animals inhabit areas and areas inhospitable for humans.
Hunting and defense
Many of these animals are highly sought after by collectors and there is a lot of poaching, whether for money or for fun. Unfortunately, this is wiping out many wild animal species and leaving many other species in danger of extinction.
Because of all this, many animalistic associations, organizations and even nature reserves have been created for their protection and development, since they do not create a modification in their habitat, it is considered the best option. Unlike zoos, which although they try to imitate their habitat, the wild animal does not have to survive or hunt, which alters its survival instinct.