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Captivity

Fox-eared Chipmunk in Captivity…..
The domestication of animals is the oldest documented instance of keeping animals in captivity. This process eventually resulted in habituation of wild animal species to survive in the company of, or by the labor of, human beings. Domesticated species are those whose behaviour, life cycle, or physiology has been altered as a result of their breeding and living conditions under human control for multiple generations. Probably the earliest known domestic animal has been the dog, likely as early as 30,000 BC among hunter-gatherers in several locations.
Throughout history not only domestic animals as pets and livestock were kept in captivity and under human care, but also wild animals. Some were failed domestication attempts. Also, in past times, primarily the wealthy, aristocrats and kings collected wild animals for various reasons. Contrary to domestication, the ferociousness and natural behaviour of the wild animals were preserved and exhibited. Today's zoos claim other reasons for keeping animals under human care: conservation, education and science.
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Ambalth Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Se ve genial owo
Sabes, parece como si lo hubieras hecho sobre negativos owo
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March 13, 2011
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FUJIFILM
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FinePix S1000fd
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1/126 second
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F/4.0
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6 mm
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64
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Mar 7, 2011, 12:32:51 PM
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Digital Camera FinePix S1000fd Ver1.03
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