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Title: Do you think it is right to film wild animals for Nature Programmes?
Post by: elizabeth coffey on February 20, 2010, 03:10:59 pm

I just thought of this as a debatable topic

I don't agree with nature programs I think nature should be left well alone, who are we to interfere..?? What do you guys think?

I also have no desire to know what animals do in the wild, it is humans who have bought animals to extinction in the first place..why carry on?

Title: Re:Do you think it is right to film wild animals for Nature Programmes?
Post by: Elijahs Impact on February 20, 2010, 03:16:54 pm


on 1266696659, miss sixty wrote:
I don't agree with nature programs I think nature should be left well alone, who are we to interfere..?? What do you guys think?
But in all of the nature shows I've seen they don't interfere. I'm sitting there screaming 'Save the baby meerkat' or whatever it is but they don't because they don't interfere. They film.


on 1266696659, miss sixty wrote:
I also have no desire to know what animals do in the wild, it is humans who have bought animals to extinction in the first place..why carry on?
Well it is important to know how animals survive in the wild. It's important to see how the circle of life carries on in the animal kingdom. And also we should make a distinction, they are there filming they are the ones who are hunting these animals for profit. There is a difference. Do I think we need to see twenty thousand shows about the mating habits of monkeys? Dear Lord no. I don't wanna know how they get their freak on, and I'm sure they don't wanna see do it. But there is no harm in filming wildlife. We all do it. We film the birds we see, the squirrel in the tree.





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Title: Re:Do you think it is right to film wild animals for Nature Programmes?
Post by: maryd on February 21, 2010, 07:10:01 am

I quite like watching animal programmes - I think it's interesting to see how animals live in the wild. And I agree with Victoria - the camera crews don't usually interfere with the animals' natural habitats or ways of life. As well as that, I think the fact of observing how animals live in their natural habitats is important to learn more about them. :)


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