When I was a little girl I dreamed of becoming a wildlife biologist. My mom always made a point to tell me that I could be anything I wanted when I grew up but the school told me you can’t be that if you’re not good at math.
The problem with that is I see people every day overcoming educational struggles to become what they dreamed of.
I still hold on to that dream and so does my daughter and one things for sure I will never let anyone tell her you can’t be that because you’re not good at math.
I will definitely be enrolling in college to get my degree to become a wildlife biologist specializing in big cats, mainly lions.
I chose Lions because I share a kindred spirit with them. Now mind you I love all animals and I watch a lot of different documentaries about animals. There’s just something about big cats that make me happy.
Maybe it’s their power, or beauty or their family ties. Maybe it’s everything. Yeah it’s everything about them. I love everything about these magnificent animals and I will do everything in my power to save them from extinction and to preserve them in the wild and not caged up.
I will pursue my dream and I will achieve it.
Is there a dream you want to pursue? Let me know in the comments and remember you can achieve it and never forget that.
“For years, SeaWorld has manipulated scientific information to influence the public’s perception of marine mammal captivity, and for years, a silent war has been waging against SeaWorld by scientists and activists alike.” …
Marine Mammals In Captivity
Is It Safe For Them And Humans Alike?
This article focuses on 4 people at the forefront of marine mammals in captivity and how their contributions have helped swayed what people believe is best for the animals.
I do not believe they should be kept in captivity. It is very cruel in my opinion.
The following article talks about a few marine parks and what they do plus the 4 main people.
While animals in captivity has been going on for a while I will always believe it is cruel and they should never be taken from the wild. These people are changing the way others think, and that’s a good thing.