For: Critics of zoos would argue that animals often suffer by being enclosed. After the wildlife conservationist Geral Durrell opened a zoo in 1959, zoos all over the world have changed and started saving endangered species. Animals are not always caged in zoos. Edinburgh was the first British zoo to follow the idea of displaying animals without bars. the benefit of zoos are a lot would not have enough energy so they would be weak in the wild and be left on their own however zoos provide the best they can to conserve these animals against any harm or poachers even though people may say it is wrong to keep them in zoos but zoos have changed over time now that money is put to support better living for animals .take sanctuaries for example donkeys live much better lives because of them. Zoos promote awareness like illegal wildlife trade. Zoos are now monitored and follow strict regulation in most developed countries. Education is another positive feature of zoos. Many children and adults in cities can only see wild animals in TV or the Internet. Zoos offer them the unique experience of seeing real animals. Overall animals are being well looked after in zoos in my opinion and I rest my case.